Nerves deserve support


The central nervous system is a huge multi-level center for managing the human body. Billions of cells process every second thousands of electrical and chemical signals, react and transmit information. Our brain is a supercomputer, and nerves are those living wires through which electrical impulses move. It is not surprising that failures can occur in the operation of such a complex system. Such as for example neuropathies

Neuropathy is a violation of the nerves. Cranial neuropathy occurs when any of the twelve cranial nerves is damaged. For example, optic neuropathy refers to damage or illness of the optic nerve, which transmits visual signals from the retina of the eye to the brain. Auditory neuropathy includes a nerve that transmits signals from the inner ear to the brain and is responsible for hearing. Peripheral neuropathy is when there is a lesion of nerves outside the brain and spinal cord. The most common is neuropathy, which affects the nerves of the limbs - toes, legs, hands, fingers. The term proximal neuropathy is used to refer to nerve damage, which specifically causes pain in the shoulders, hips, or buttocks. Neuropathy can be congenital and it is sometimes not possible to determine this condition at once, even to an experienced neurologist

The cause of neuropathy is most often a nerve damage due to some damaging factor: trauma, poisoning, infection, tumor. Symptoms of neuropathy can be very diverse. The first manifestations may be loss of sensation, numbness, tingling, or even pain, which eventually increase. In such a case, you need to contact a neurologist. To support the body during the rehabilitation after suffering craniocerebral injuries and strokes, as well as to fully replenish the resources of the nervous system, a NEURACTIV was created