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Abana
...  could treat angina pectoris, cardiac trombosis, trachycardia, cardiac asthma and also helps relieve pyrexia and anxiety. It also contains saffron which helps hasten menstrual flow and sedate the nerves in the body. Arjuana bark, on the other hand is for hypertension and ischemic diseases, thus treating any irregular cardiac rhythm and myocardial infarction too. Side Effects, Precautions and  ...

Baclofen
...  (a chronic disease that inflames the nervous system), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease), and trigeminal neuralgia ( a condition that directly affects the nerves of the facial muscles). A derivative of the neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), baclofen is an agonist that binds to the GABA receptors and inhibits activity in the specific brain  ...

Lyrica
...  medication works by binding the calcium and nerve channels in the body. Such bond will adjust the neurotransmitter discharge occurring within the body, as well as those chemicals being used by the nerves for their communication with others. Things To Consider Before Taking Lyrica Lyrica has several interactions when taken with alcohol and other drugs. When Lyrica is mixed with alcohol, it is  ...

Abboxide
...  individuals with alcohol withdrawal syndrome, and patients who are about to undergo surgery. Because of its anticonvulsant, hypnotic, anxiolytic, and muscle relaxant properties, it eases the nerves and produces a tranquilizing effect to the body. Dosage And Administration Abboxide can either be taken orally or intravenously. The administration of the drug should be determined by the  ...

Abiplatin
...  the doctor will prescribe anti-sickness medication for relief. However, there have been cases where the nausea and sickness is severe enough to cause the discontinuation of the drug. Damage to the nerves called peripheral neuropathy may also occur. This can affect sensation, gland and organ function, and some movement in the limbs. When this occurs, patients may feel numbness in their hands  ...

High Cholesterol
...  can be well defined as a waxy fatlike substance. Cholesterol is produced by our own liver. Our body needs cholesterol to function normally and is present in almost every part of the body including nerves, muscles, heart and the brain. The human body synthesizes cholesterol as a source to produce many hormones, vitamin D and also the acids that help to digest fat. Well, cholesterol is  ...

Parkinsons Disease
...  only experience minor disruptions of their motor function. People suffering from Parkinson’s disease are encouraged to maintain a healthy diet. This is due to the fact that the muscles and nerves that are responsible for controlling the digestive process may seriously be affected by the disease. The recommended diets for patients include foods that are high in fibre, such as cereals,  ...

Dysmenorrhea
...  through antibiotics. In certain cases where the treatment is not successful and the pain is severe, more extreme measures may be taken in the form of surgery that is done to sever the uterine nerves by dividing the sacrouterine ligaments or through presacral neurectomy. While this may ease the dysmenorrhea, surgery of this form runs the risk of injuring nearby organs. Dysmenorrhea  ...

Nerves
...  are a collection of nerve fibres in the central nervous system. nerves are an enclosed bundle of peripheral axons. They are cable-like in appearance and they provide the pathway for nerve impulses that are transmitted along the axons. nerves are found in the peripheral nervous system. All nerves have a cordlike structure and contain many axons. Each of these axons are surrounded the  ...

Spinal Nerves
...  nervous system is the primary control system in the body. It is divided into the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. The spinal nerves are parts of the peripheral nervous system. They receive inputs from the different sensory organs in the body and deliver the information to the central nervous system for processing. Number and Nomenclature The human body has 31 spinal  ...


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