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Insomnia
Insomnia is characterized not only by lack of sleep, and inability to sleep well, and can also include difficulty falling asleep, lack of sleep or early awakening, followed by the inability to fall asleep again.

Alzheimer disease
Alzheimer's disease - an incurable degenerative disease of the central nervous system characterized by progressive loss of mental abilities (memory, speech, logical thinking), the risk of which increases after 65 years.

Parkinson's disease (parkinsonism)
Parkinson's disease - a chronic progressive neurological disease of the central nervous system.

Back pain
In most cases, back pain is not a serious offense and it can easily be prevented, but sometimes it may be associated with serious diseases and injuries of the spine (including osteochondrosis), and in some cases with diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.

Headache
The most common headache is not a sign of serious illness, but in some cases may require medical attention. If the headache is stronger than ever before, you urgently need a doctor.

Dizziness
Vertigo - the sensation of movement of his own body in space or surrounding objects relative to their body, which is usually harmless and happens to almost everyone.

Stroke
Stroke is a major cause of deterioration of brain function in adults. There are two types of strokes. Ischemic stroke (cerebrovascular accident on the ischemic type) and hemorrhagic (cerebral blood flow in hemorrhagic type).

Bedwetting
Bedwetting (enuresis) - is involuntary urination during sleep. This is a fairly common problem in children, teenagers and sometimes adults. Enuresis in children aged under 5 years old, in rare cases associated with serious health problems.

Multiple sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis - a disease of the nervous system that affects mainly the brain and spinal cord.

Carpal tunnel syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome - a condition characterized by pain, tingling, numbness and other symptoms in the wrist and hand. Pain and other symptoms occur in the median nerve, which provides a sensitivity in the fingers and the thumb controls.

Senile dementia
Senile dementia or dementia - an organic mental disorder. It is manifested impaired memory, personality changes and decreased intelligence. Consciousness is not narusheno.Dementsiya - is acquired by the state, having a mental disorder in elderly patients.

Convulsions
Seizures vary from mild to severe. With a weak attack symptoms are minimal manifestations, while a severe attack may result in loss of consciousness, as well as sudden and severe muscle spasm caused by the electrical activity of the brain. Usually a spasm lasts from 30 seconds to 2 minutes. If seizures last longer, or there are repeated attacks, and the patient does not come into consciousness, a condition called status epilepticus.

Severe dizziness
Vertigo - a general term denoting a general weakness, confusion of consciousness, loss of balance or sense of rotation. Dizzy spells usually do not pose a great threat to health, but sometimes they may be based on serious disorders (stroke, brain tumor, anemia).