FAQ - Alcohol-Induced Disorders, Nervous System
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Suffering from anxiety disorders that overly sesitive to threat have lower levels of___in their nervous system?

GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid). It's an inhibitory neurotransmitter.  (+ info)

Nervous system disorders?

I'm trying to piece together info to figure out what kind of nervous system disorder my friend has. So far I know that she has much pain in her back, mildly aches all over in general, has to go to the doctor's a lot, and apparently gets a lot of shots. I'm pretty sure those are all related to her disorder, but not absolutely sure. Any ideas on what it could be?

Does your friend have any tingling/numbness associated with it? Has doctor ruled out any of the neurological disorders? Make sure she is seeing a Neurologist for this condition. Other doctors will just treat the symptoms. Yes, it could be steroid shots that she is getting. They help with inflammation and that in turn, helps the pain. Hope this helps!  (+ info)

what is the biochemical basis of sympathetic nervous system induced increase in resting metabolic rate?

futile cycling in skeletal muscle? uncoupling proteins? thermogenesis?

uncoupling oxidative phosphorylation.  (+ info)

Is Derealization and depersonalization a Central Nervous System disorder?

Say There's something mildly wrong with the CNS...or thought patterns of a person and they are always scared and worried.
They now have anxiety and dd disorders as above in the question.
This is all because of childhood trauma....Im trying to get help but i just need to know if these disorders are anyway linked to the Central Nervous System and how?
Thank You Everyone :D

They can be caused by the CNS but not likely.
These are disorders of the mind and aused through emotional problems such as truama or negative thought patterns.
Please get help
Thank YoU  (+ info)

how does bipolar disorder affect the nervous system?

Im doing a school project, and I need to know how bipolar disorder affects or is connected to the nervous system, or how neurotransmitters play a part in bipolar disorder.

Excess amounts of dopamine, seritonin and/or norepinephrin are released in both the manic highs and lows of bipolar disorder.  (+ info)

What body system does brain tumor affect besides nervous system?

I have this project and I have to write an essay about a disorder. So I choose brain tumor. I know brain tumor affects the nervous system. I need to write what other system does it affect due to brain tumor and the damage of the nervous system? PLEASE HELP ME!!!! THANK YOU!!

It depends on where the tumor is inside the brain, and whether it's benign or malignant. If it's malignant, it will probably cause the whole body to die unless you have it removed, and even then, it's likely to return. There are many different kinds of brain tumors, and I just mentioned two large categories of brain tumors. I would recommend looking at an anatomy drawing of the brain that's labeled with the functions that each part is primarily responsible for. For example, the pre-frontal cortex is responsible for planning, decision-making, maturity, advanced self-control and emotional self-control, learning from your experience, and inhibition of risk-taking. If you damage this section of the brain, you will have problems with one or more of those things.  (+ info)

What are some good websites to find information on the nervous system?

What are are some good websites to find information about the nervous system, how it works, what is included, and things that can go rong (like a disease or disorder).

Doc  (+ info)

Can smoking marijuan cause damage to the central nervous system and impair coordination?

Can weed cause you to develop a permanent movement disorder, neurological disorder or nervous system disorder?

Absolutely!  (+ info)

Most deadly (Fatal) disorder or disease of the brain or other part of nervous system?

Does anybody know some most deadly (Fatal) disorder or disease of the brain or other part of nervous system other than Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease?

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what parts of the nervous system EXACTLY are affected by epilepsy?

i need detailed information about the parts of the nervous system affected by the epilepsy disorder? are there any specific parts (e.g central nervous system/autonomic system etc?)
im also trying hard to find any websites that have these informations- any links out there? thanks

depends on the type of seizure. different seizures affect the brain differently, but all affect the cerebral cortex in one way or another.  (+ info)

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