Bell’s Palsy Treatment And Therapy
A neurologist is a licensed medical professional who deals with the disorders that affect the nervous system, muscles, brain and spinal cord. A patient may need a consultation with a neurologist after a stroke, when suffering from disorders of cerebral circulation, neuralgia, neuritis, etc. If you notice any of the following symptoms, these may be alarming signals that warn you — it is the right time to make an appointment with an Advanced Neurological Care doctor: headache with blurred vision, fatigue, dizziness, changes in blood pressure, and nausea;
sudden and jerky body movements, intermittent or repetitive sounds that hard to control (physical tics coupled with verbal tics); upper and middle back pain; memory impairment; numbness of body parts; slurred speech (dysarthria); difficulties with falling asleep, sleep disturbance, insomnia; muscle weakness and inability to perform daily activities; unreasonable panic attacks, excessive worry, and, as a result, a racing heartbeat; changes in the perception of taste and smell.