Many of Neurological Disorders have been established for getting a global presence, i.e. they have been traced in all countries and across all races and genders. They are called ‘Common Neurological Disorders’. This includes muscle weakness, paralysis, poor coordination in bodily movement, numbness of loss of sensation and seizures. However, previous to the affected person develops these symptoms, a phase of secondary symptoms can be present. This includes being confused and owning varying levels of consciousness.
However, in terms of worldwide prevalence, the most popular Neurological Disorder is Epilepsy. This brain disorder is generally characterized by the inability to control bodily movements, i.e. a tendency for getting a series of seizures or uncontrolled bodily movements which are caused by abnormal neurological activity. Epileptic patients supply wide variations during the intensity with the seizures.
While some may perhaps suffer from mild seizures that have a tendency to fade-away within minutes with the seizure attack, some are rather serious and can even turn fatal. Seizures usually come in conjunction with other neurological, life-threatening problems like an acute stroke which could render the patient immobile or even induce a cardiac arrest due to its sheer intensity. Epilepsy is considered the most popular of Neurological Disorders because it is largely found in between children. It generally has a childhood initiation period that’s usually called childhood-onset of epilepsy.