Monthly Archives: May 2014

Dreaming: a neurological perspective.

What is dreaming in a neurological perspective? Dreaming is an indispensable function of the human brain. Without sleep and probably dreams there are no healthy brain. This is not an opinion. This is scientific evidence. The dreams consist of vivid … Continue reading

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Medication Overuse headache (MOH). What is your detoxification protocol?

It is a very frequent disorder (1-2% of the general population, the third cause of headache worldwide after tension headache and migraine; majority are women). Diagnostic criteria are headache chronicity (more than 10 days/month since at least three months, more … Continue reading

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The mysteries of multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic, progressive demyelinating disease of the central nervous system. The incidence in Northen Europe and North America is 1 :1000 individuals. The relapsing-remitting form is the most frequent and it develops with recurrent episodes of … Continue reading

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Cluster headache. Give oxygen!

Idiopathic Cluster headache is a primary headache disorder with strictly unilateral attacks of disabling pain in the orbital region accompanied by vegetative phenomena (ptosis, red eye, myosis, nasal and ocular discharge) on the ispilateral face, each attack lasting between 15 … Continue reading

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