Effective treatments for brain atrophy include medication, nonmedication therapy, increasing brain activity, regular exercise and eating balanced diets rich in antioxidant fruits and vegetables, claims Healthgrades. The ... More »

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Signs and symptoms of brain atrophy include seizures, dementia, difficulty with reading or speaking, and loss of motor control, according to HealthGrades. Dementia presents itself with memory loss and difficulty carrying... More »

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Mild diffuse cerebral atrophy is a symptomatic brain condition generally involving the loss, or deterioration of, neurons and the connections between them, usually indicating the presence of other brain diseases. Atrophy... More »

Signs and symptoms of brain atrophy include seizures, dementia, difficulty with reading or speaking, and loss of motor control, according to HealthGrades. Dementia presents itself with memory loss and difficulty carrying... More »

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Common causes of hand cramps include damage to the structures of the hand, injury, prolonged exercise, certain medications and certain diseases, according to Healthgrades. Treatments for hand cramps include taking over-t... More »

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The most common treatment for a bulging disk as of 2015 is a course of pain medication and exercise, as well as avoiding positions that cause pain, according to Mayo Clinic. Additional physical therapy and, in rare cases... More »

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Recommended anoxic brain injury treatments are cause-dependent, with life-support systems such as fluids, blood products, medication and mechanical ventilation playing a critical role in patient management, the National ... More »

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