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While taking care of our mental health should be a priority at all times, the current global pandemic makes it imperative to pay close attention to mental and emotional wellbeing. The rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus has given rise to exceptional situations – social distancing, lockdown and quarantine to name a few. These scenarios,…more

The mental health crisis has been taking over the best of us. From children to adults, a lot of people are suffering from various kinds of mental illnesses which definitely is not a sign of a healthy society. However, the good news is that with careful considerations and good medical help, mental health issues can…more

A stroke is a medical emergency that presents itself suddenly and requires immediate medical attention. In India, stroke is considered to be one of the leading causes of death and disability making it important to understand the condition and its symptoms. A stroke is a cardiovascular accident – a condition in which the supply of…more

When we consider strokes in medical parlance, we often relate certain warning signs or symptoms like slurred speech, numbness, or loss of movement in the face or body. But some people have strokes without realizing it. These are called silent strokes. A silent stroke happens when blood supply to a part of brain is suddenly…more

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that affects the functioning of our brain. Day-to-day activities get disrupted resulting in seizures, periods of unusual behaviour, sensations and a loss of awareness. It can develop in anyone regardless of age, gender, race or ethnicity and is one of the most common neurological disorders in the world. The seizure…more

While managing multiple sclerosis, foods you must avoid are as important as the foods that you eat. Besides promoting overall health, eating healthy can also help lengthen the time between multiple sclerosis (MS) relapses and boost the patient’s physical and mental health. For patients with multiple sclerosis, it is important to consult a nutritionist to work…more

Discussing mental health issues has been a taboo in Indian society. For neurological and physical issues, Indians would seek out the best hospital for neuro surgery and treatment but consulting a therapist, a counsellor, or a psychiatrist still remained under wraps. Much has changed over the past couple of decades. Mental health issues are widespread…more

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most common causes of dementia, wherein there is a continuous decline in behavioural, thinking and social skills. This progressive disorder causes disruptions in the person’s ability to function independently. While mild forgetfulness is a common occurrence as one grows older, serious memory problems that affect daily life could be…more

Just like physical health, robust mental health is crucial to lead a balanced and happy life. A lot often people disregard their mental health, owing to various reasons including stigmatisation, ignorance, and lack of pertinent medical facilities. Depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia etc. are some of the most common mental health issues. They acutely affect…more

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder. This means that it is a disease that affects the nervous system and manifests as a progressive loss of muscle movement and control. It is usually considered to be a geriatric condition, or a condition that affects the elderly, and early onset Parkinson’s disease is relatively rare. Worldwide,…more

Also known as intracranial tumour, brain tumour is an outcome of the uncontrollable growth of the cells resulting into an abnormal mass of tissue. There are no known causes of the brain tumour yet, but medical research has shown that there exist a number of risk factors which lead to it. For instance, children who…more