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Trustworthy information since 2015. Here is a hot link list (just click on the link to get to the topic) of medical conditions we cover: schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease, autism, PTSD, Parkinson’s disease, bipolar disorder, epilepsy, stroke, depression, panic disorder, multiple sclerosis, migraine, and ADHD. And the next step, send us your questions. We have answers.
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Schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s, Bipolar Disorder, and other Neurologic and Psychiatric Conditions
Welcome. We share your interest in these medical conditions. Some of these disorders are treated by neurologists, others by psychiatrists, that is, they are all illnesses within the realm of neuroscience. Our goal in these pages is to present current information about these conditions and new advances. The news is good and exciting. You see, for over a century medicine has taken apart the human being to study the pieces. Now science is putting everything back together again (see our page on Your Mind & Your Brain). That is to say, we’re starting to better understand how it all works.
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Sign Up for the free monthly newsletter from our company, the Neuroscience Research and Development Consultancy, covering topics in neurology and psychiatry. It’s free to everyone. Every month it has articles with new facts, new information, and new understanding about the disorders: schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease, autism, PTSD, Parkinson’s disease, bipolar disorder, epilepsy, stroke, depression, panic disorder, multiple sclerosis, migraine, or ADHD.
Schizophrenia – In our discussion of schizophrenia, we answer these questions: What is schizophrenia? Are there early beginning signs?
How about the signs and symptoms? What are “negative symptoms” of schizophrenia? Do men and women have different symptoms? What causes it? How long does it last? When can you stop your medicines? There’s a test for schizophrenia. And, we have a free page on treatments.
Alzheimer’s – What is Alzheimer’s? The first early warning signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s main signs and symptoms. Are Alzheimer’s signs and symptoms different between women and men? What causes Alzheimer’s and what can you do to avoid it?
Hot Link to dementia poem “My Own Blood”
Bipolar Disorder used to be called manic depression. Yes, you really can feel too good. Doctors have many medicines that work well, each with many years of safety record.
Panic disorder (anxiety attack) is readily treatable. The combination of medicine and therapy/education works best. Treatment? No problem. It’s a well understood medical condition. There are many good treatments, many medicines and many highly effective therapies.
Depression – When we talk about depression, we mean real, serious depression, not just “Sunday afternoon blues”. The good news is that bad depression can be treated, more easily treated and treated better than in the past. The medicines for depression do work, but not all depression medicines work for all depressed people. Some trial and error is needed. Most everyone succeeds at getting well.
ADHD can bring many benefits if diagnosed and treated correctly. It usually responds to treatment. Learn more about several available medicines and other valuable therapies.
Epilepsy – Common, and these days people know what it is. It’s usually remarkably treatable. There are medical and surgical treatments that do work.
Parkinson’s Disease – Better medicines keep appearing. Public figures like renowned actor Michael J. Fox lead the way with hope and research. There are many great choices for Parkinson’s disease treatment.
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Modern medical science continues to find new treatments, new medicines, new cures. As you read about these medical conditions take heart in knowing that all is well and getting better. We are on your side to praise what works, debunk what doesn’t work, and encourage you to better health and better care. So read on about schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s, bipolar disorder, and other neurologic and psychiatric conditions.
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ClinicalTrials.gov, NIH, U.S. Library of Medicine
National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Mental Health