Amyotrophic Lateral Diseases

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Throughout this time one has heard about strange diseases that have a huge affect on people. There is a mystery for this happening. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy(CTE), Huntington's Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s have the something in common, the brain. Although one intends to think it can handle pain, but failing to not being treated or failing to rest this impact will have bad results. If one only doubts, it will not have anything happen to that particular person, that person can think again. This may not happen today or tomorrow, but it can happen to to one later on throughout that person's lifetime if it is chosen to ignore all this. Some of these diseases have not been…show more content…
A concussion is when a blow or traumatic head injury in the head that violence occurs. Not just by being hit, the person affected can also get this by an accident that made a head violently shake. This may or may result in losing consciousness or cognitive problems. Medicine can be used to treat this problem if it is not a hard blow in the head. Symptoms may include losing consciousness, forgetting what led up to the concussion. This also can be long lasting like losing the ability to talk, move, and speaking. Taking care of oneself after this can decrease the chances of getting these diseases. This can be prevented this by resting, going to the physician, making sure to get subbed out if participating in a sport. This can not always be affected right away, but this can happen after the incident. For example, it can be tomorrow, a week, or even a month from today it can happen. Failing to do so will lead to second impact syndrome which leads to the head having a severe swelling in the brain. Which can also lead to head…show more content…
There are two ways one can get it, one by falling or even being hit the head or the head gets shaken severely. This means a failed brain caused by a strong force that had a great impact on the brain. Symptoms of head trauma include abnormal behavior, constantly sleepy, loss of consciousness, or even nose bleeds. The aftermath is the victim can potentially not recover and can have long term effects and these results will be long term and not curable in most cases. This also can lead to Pakinsonsonism by brain inflammation. Many athletes are a major part in victims of head trauma whether it is by getting hit in the head of being knocked down hard. This make the brain disfunction by being violently
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