Nervous (neurological disorders, stress)
The nervous system is the network of nerve cells which transmits nerve impulses between parts of the body. Neurological diseases include stress and anxiety and disorders inclduing ADD, autism, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy and stroke.
Many frequently prescribed sleeping tablets are linked with an unexplained increased risk of death and a higher likelihood of developing cancer.
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As reported on the BBC News on 3rd May 2011, there is a link between being overweight and dementia. The study says 1.6 billion adults are overweight worldwide. While previous studies have indicated a link between obesity and dementia, a new study of 8,534 of Swedish twins, in the journal Neurology, suggests just being overweight is also a risk factor.
Read more: Obesity linked to increased risk of dementia
Whilst occasional anxiety is normal, feeling anxious without reason is not. Persistent worrying thoughts that affect your day-to-day life may indicate you suffer from a generalized anxiety disorder. Symptoms may include irritability, impatience, restlessness, feeling tense or on edge or poor concentration.
Read more: Natural Medicine Causes & Treatment of Stress