Paralysis can be one-sided, for example the facial nerve neuropathy on the right. With a bilateral lesion, there is another focus - the neuropathy of the facial nerve on the left. Bilateral lesion is considered the most painful and is hard to tolerate by patients.
The brain is the organ most in need of oxygen. A quarter of all the inhaled air goes to the service of the need of the brain in it, and 4 minutes without it become critical for life.
Many of us have experienced at least once in our life with such an unpleasant state as dizziness. Noise in the ears, a sharp weakness, the floor "runs away" from under the feet, the surrounding situation seems to be moving in a circle, all this is felt by a person who is dizzy.
If a person has uncontrolled rhythmic twitching or shaking his head, then they say that he has a "tremor of the head." This term is used for any involuntary oscillations of different amplitude - from trembling to slow rocking.
The ability to express thoughts on paper, and just to write words correctly, combines several functions: speech, perception of information and motor. Violation of this ability until its complete loss while retaining the motility of the hand and intellect is called agraphy (literally - the negation of the letter).
The complete loss of sensation of smell - anosmia - is a violation of the functions of the olfactory sensory system and arises for various reasons, being a symptom of a fairly large number of diseases.
The concepts of "meteosensitivity" and "meteorolability", used to describe the reaction of the human body to changes in weather and climate, many people mistakenly consider synonymous.