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Don't ignore these neurological symptoms, from headache to loss of consciousness

It is sometimes difficult to identify brain-related disorders, and the symptoms associated with it may range from simple such as headache to stroke. If there is a problem related to the brain or nerves, there are specific symptoms that determine the associated diseases, according to the "only my health" site.

Learn the most important symptoms that determine brain diseases:

Pain in the head, neck, back, or extremities:

 Since these are the most used organs, the influence of the brain on them can be first, pain in the extremities, back, and head in general can indicate severe disease, pain in a specific area and headache along with neck stiffness may indicate meningitis, brain hemorrhage, brain tumors or thrombosis. Venous sinuses, along with neck and back pain, can indicate weakness and pain in the extremities.

Seizures, shaking limbs, and loss of consciousness

: Frequently increased electrical activity of the brain leads to seizures or convulsions, which may be accompanied by loss of consciousness, twitching or tingling in the extremities, it is advised to visit the emergency room in such a case.

Limbs twitching or weakness Loss of feeling:

  It may indicate neuropathy, which at other stages can interfere with walking or other physical activities.

Unexplained weakness, vision loss, dizziness, trouble speaking or swallowing:

 Reduced blood flow to the brain may cause bleeding that affects one side of the body and these symptoms are common afterward.

Muscle stiffness, tremors, and loss of memory or mental ability:

This mainly occurs in the case of the elderly, where memory loss due to aging or a genetic cause is common, Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease are common indicators of such symptoms.