Neurodegeneration is a genetic, neurological disorder that causes problems with movement. Neurodegeneration usually develops in childhood and worsens with time. While the symptoms of Neurodegeneration vary from one person to another but some of the common signs of Neurodegeneration include distorting muscle contractions, unintentional muscle movements, and difficulty coordinating movements.
HOW IS NEURODEGENERATION DIAGNOSED?
Diagnosis of the same is done by a neurology expert who would take do a few tissue tests and also scans to check the functions of the neurons.
HOW IS NEURODEGENERATION TREATED?
There is no treatment for Neurodegeneration, only symptomatic relief can be provided
DID YOU KNOW?
Counseling of families affected by Neurodegeneration help them deal with it in a positive manner.