Neurological disorders ranging from epilepsy to Alzheimer’s disease affect up to one billion people worldwide, according to the United Nations report. It is estimated that about 6.8 million people die each year due to neurological illnesses. In Europe alone, the economic cost of these illnesses was estimated at about 139 billion euros. Furthermore, the impact of neurological illnesses will be felt in both developed and undeveloped countries as the world population continues to increase, according to experts in the World Health Organization (WHO). The primary aim of this article is to shed some light on the largely misunderstood neurological diseases, their causes, and their treatment.
What is a neurological illness?
When most people hear the words ‘neurological disorders’, what comes to mind is Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease, but this term is extremely extensive. A neurological disorder is defined as any disorder of the body’s nervous system. The nervous system includes the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. Together, they control all your bodily functions. Now, when biochemical, structural, or electrical abnormalities take place in your nervous system, you experience a wide array of symptoms that indicate something is wrong.
Therefore, neurological illnesses include the diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system that usually affect:
- Neuromuscular junction
- Spinal cord
- Autonomic nervous system
- Cranial nerves
- Nerve roots
- Peripheral nerves
Types of neurological illnesses
If you thought there were only a few types of neurological illnesses, you’re wrong. In fact, there are more than 600 known neurological disorders and conditions, and the treatment options are highly limited for a great majority of these conditions. Here are examples of some neurological illnesses:
- Brain tumors
- Alzheimer’s disease, dementia
- Parkinson’s disease
- Cerebrovascular diseases including stroke
- Migraine and other headache disorders
- Multiple sclerosis
- Traumatic disorders of the nervous system e.g. brain trauma
- Neurological disorders due to malnutrition
- Restless legs
- Vertigo etc
What causes neurological illnesses?
The causes of neurological illnesses are diverse and unique to each condition. Both your brain and the spinal cord are insulated by numerous membranes that are vulnerable to pressure and force, just as is the case with the peripheral nerves. Neurological illnesses can either affect the entire neurological pathway or have an impact on a single neuron. Even the slightest disturbance to a neuron’s structural pathway can lead to illnesses or dysfunction.
The causes of neurological illnesses include:
- Physical injuries
- Lifestyle-related causes
- Environmental influences
- Nutrition-related causes
Signs and symptoms of neurological illnesses
The signs and symptoms of neurological illnesses vary and depend on the condition the patient is suffering from. The emotional symptoms of neurological diseases include mood swings, depression, sudden outbursts, stress, anxiety and delusions. On the other hand, the physical symptoms of these illnesses may include the following:
- Decreased alertness
- Partial or complete paralysis
- Unexplained pain
- Muscle weakness
- Poor cognitive abilities
- Difficulty reading and writing
- Blurry vision
Treatment of neurological diseases
The treatment of neurological illnesses depends on the exact condition the patient is suffering from and the affected body part. Apart from the cure, if available, the affected individual can also undergo rehabilitation to restore some lost function.
In most cases, the treatment of these diseases includes:
- Lifestyle changes
- Pain management
- Cognitive therapy treatments
Bioresonance and neurological diseases
Bioresonance therapy poses an option of managing the neurological condition or disease for those individuals who appreciate the all-natural approach to wellness. Bioresonance works on a cellular level; the device provides healthy and relaxed frequencies to the cells, thus improving the process of communication between different cells and pathways.
At the 4oth bioresonance congress, Dr. Christina Lund, a medical practitioner from Bad Schwartau, Germany, demonstrated her paper wherein she discussed whether bioresonance could be used to treat neurological illnesses. The case study she worked on included patients who had paresis, neuralgia, muscle fibrillation, restless legs, multiple sclerosis, cephalagia etc.
Bearing in mind that neurological diseases can be caused by multiple factors including bacteria, infections, and toxins, Dr. Lund discovered that bioresonance therapy proved to be extremely successful with general and specific toxin removal and own blood therapy. These findings indicate that bioresonance therapy can be used to treat neurological diseases or slow down their progress effectively.
Bioresonance machines can be used for mood swings, depression, and a wide array of neurological diseases. The process s quite simple. A headband emitting electromagnetic and bioresonance frequencies is placed onto the patinet’s head to improve brain wave activities, relieve depression, and optimize mood. There are also electromagnetic discs that numb the pain and stimulate healing. These discs are applied directly onto the painful area, and they are usually paired with bioresonance therapy.
Neurological diseases are numerous and quite common. They occur due to a wide array of reasons and are indicated by multiple physical and emotional changes. Besides the standard treatment methods for these diseases, bioresonance therapy poses as a natural way of handling neurological conditions through the use of improved frequencies on a natural level and flushing out the toxins that contribute to the development and progress of these conditions.