The control center of the human being is the brain and the nervous system. If something does not run smoothly here, this can cause numerous symptoms that are not always immediately associated with it. Because to date, the human brain has not been fully explored.
The most well-known diseases of the head and nerves are, for example, Alzheimer’s dementia, schizophrenia, autism, depression, anxiety disorder, migraine, headache, stroke, concussion or sleep disorder. Since many factors play a role in diseases of the head and nerves, many disciplines often come together for a diagnosis. In addition, diseases that affect the psyche require a certain openness and honesty on the part of the patient. This is another reason why an accurate diagnosis is not always easy to make and why it is often a long process.