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Since 2015 the Neuroscience Research and Development Consultancy has provided trustworthy information for doctors. Here is the hot link list (just click on the link to get to the topic): schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease, autism, PTSD, Parkinson’s disease, bipolar disorder, epilepsy, stroke, depression, panic disorder, multiple sclerosis, migraine, and ADHD. And, send us your questions.
Gem sent an interesting question on involuntary treatment. You can see her question and our answer at the bottom of this free page: When Can I Get Off Treatment for Schizophrenia? She’s a subscriber and also sent a medication question. If you’re a subscriber, you can see her question and our answer at the bottom of this subscriber-only page: Best Medicines for Multiple Episodes of Schizophrenia.
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Schizophrenia – In our discussion of schizophrenia, we answer these questions: What is schizophrenia? Are there early signs that it’s starting?
How about later symptoms? What are those “negative symptoms” of schizophrenia (as opposed to the usual positive symptoms we all know about)? Do men and women have different symptoms? What causes schizophrenia? 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? And, what are the early warning signs of Alzheimer’s? Alzheimer’s main symptoms? Are Alzheimer’s symptoms different between women and men? What causes Alzheimer’s and what can you do to avoid it?
Hot Link to the great dementia poem “My Own Blood”. If you have an elderly relative with dementia, this poem will strike your heart.
Bipolar Disorder used to be called manic depression. Yes, you really can feel too good. There are many medications with good safety records that work well.
Panic Disorder is readily treatable. The anxiety attacks can be brought under control. The combination of medication and therapy/education works best. Treatment? No problem. It’s a well understood medical condition. There are many good treatments, many medications 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 serious depression can be treated. It can be treated more easily and better than in the past. The medications we have for depression do work, but not all depression medications work for all depressed people. Some trial and error is needed. Most everyone succeeds at getting better.
ADHD can bring many benefits if diagnosed and treated correctly. It usually responds to treatment. Learn more about several available medications and other valuable therapies.
Epilepsy – Seizure disorders are really common medical conditions. And these days they’re no mystery. People know about epilepsy. It’s usually very treatable. There are medical and surgical treatments that do work.
Parkinson’s Disease – Better medications keep appearing. Famous people have helped to educate the public and have supported new research. There are many great choices for Parkinson’s disease treatment.
Migraine – Migraine headaches are just the worst but the treatments available are among the best.
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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. We 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, etc
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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