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Nerves are minute but elongated fibres that work much like electrical cables spread throughout the human body, exchanging information to and from the different corners of it. The nervous system has two subdivisions, which are, the voluntary or somatic system and the autonomic or involuntary system. The involuntary system helps in carrying out the different bodily functions like digestion of food, pumping of the heart and respiration. The voluntary system helps in the transfer of impulses between skeletal muscles and the skin which has sensory receptors to feel the external environment.

The nerve fibres originate from the brain and spinal cord and branch out like a network to all of the different areas of the body. Neurons are the nerve-cells attached to these long fibres called axons, which aids the transmission of signals. There are around 100 trillion neural connections within a regular human brain. The signals travel from the spinal cord at remarkable speeds, sometimes as fast as 431 km/h. Sensory neurons are the ones which are found on the skin, eyes, ears and nose, enabling humans to promptly react to stimuli( sudden changes in the environment) like light, sound, temperature and odour. This feeling of sensation and consciousness is what we are mentally made up of.

The list of ailments that come under Nerves are:

  • Benign peripheral nerve tumor
    Burning thigh pain (See:Meralgia paresthetica)
    Hemangioma, liver (See: Liver hemangioma)


Nerves of the body are vulnerable to disorders and diseases too and diagnosing them requires certain complex imaging tests like Fluoroscopy, MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), CT scan and EEG (electroencephalogram). There’s one more minimally invasive technique called the Spinal Tap test, in which a sample of a person’s cerebrospinal fluid is extracted with a needle to check for infection or anomalies. Some commonly occurring Nervous diseases are Epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Alzheimer’s diseases. An overview of these diseases is as follows:

Epilepsy: Epilepsy is an unprovoked shock or seizure received by the body due to sudden haphazard electrical signals rushing into the brain. Seizures can be of two types, either Generalised or Focal. The former affects the whole of the brain while the latter affects just a part of the brain. Strong seizures, if occur in public, can be an uncontrollable and embarrassing experience, lasting for a couple of seconds to certain minutes. These seizures are accompanied by recurrent muscle twitches and phases of unconsciousness. Reasons for the onset of epilepsy include genetic abnormalities, a serious brain injury, high fever, stroke, psychological storm, ageing, brain tumour or surgery.

Parkinson’s Disease: One of the most common symptoms of this disease is the slowing down of movement, stiffness in the limbs, involuntarily shaking of hands, legs, & body and a tendency to lose balance or fall. The smooth movement of muscles is aided by a chemical called dopamine, produced in the part of the brain called ‘substantia nigra’. When the cells of the substantia nigra start to die, dopamine production decreases gradually and Parkinson’s begins when it lowers below 60 to 80% of its original supply. Its causes are still being researched by scientists.

Multiple Sclerosis: This illness affects the Central Nervous System. It is mainly caused by erosion of myelin coating which happens to be the protective layer around each of the numerous nerve fibres. Its onset hinders the brain’s ability to transfer signals to the body. People suffering from this ailment show symptoms like immense fatigue throughout the day and difficulty in walking as well as impaired vision and slurring of speech. It’s not a hereditary disease but experts say that if there’s a family member who has a history of MS, then it increases one’s risk of developing it.

Alzheimer’s Disease: It’s a progressive neurological disorder which can be categorised under dementia. Most evident symptoms are forgetfulness, degradation of mental capabilities, difficulty in performing simple tasks in one’s daily life and troubled speech or writing. The reason for its onset is still not very clear, while older people with a familial history of this disorder are at risk.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS): It is an ailment which results in the loss of control of one’s voluntary muscles and worsens with passing time. It is termed as a sporadic disorder, which means that no clear cause of it has been determined. There’s also a slight risk of getting from a family member who was diagnosed with it. A person affected by this has trouble in speaking, breathing and weakness in the muscles.

Zyropathy gives a combination of supplements and zyro naturals which ensure repair, remyelination and strengthening of nerve cells naturally. As a result rate of decay of nerve cells is reduced resulting in respite from above ailments. The uncontrolled electrical impulse generated in the brain cells gets attenuated and the person recovers from epilepsy and seizures. In all neurological issues, it is advised that person may continue with some supplements which provide sustenance and the individual doesn’t revert back to a similar condition. On the contrary modern medicine, the system uses sedatives which provide temporary relief but in the long run, it helps in aggravating ailment. Zyropathy also has promising results in Depression, Anxiety, Autism and Cerebral Palsy.

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