Are There Tangled Nerve Aches?
About 20 years ago my mom went to a neurologist because she felt there was a disorder in her. When I checked it turned out that the doctor said that my mama’s nerves were wrinkled she said and it cost a lot for therapy and finally stopped just when the therapy was stopped she went back to the beginning so if I did everything long ago I would like to be repeated “the same thing For example, if he wipes the table, he will wipe the table again “for a long time even though it’s already clean, but it’s still like that, then do everything long ago, is there really a tangled nerve?” If there really isn’t any, then why is my mom like that?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. The term tangled nerve is indeed not a term that is often heard and may be a bit strange, even for some medical practitioners because more often hear other names. The term tangled nerve referred to by the doctor who treats your mother is most likely a simplification of the term in English called neurofibrillary tangle, where the word 'tangle' means tangled.
This tangling is still unknown the exact cause, but so far it is suspected to occur due to head injuries, aging, radiation exposure, mutations, and aluminum exposure. The disease most often associated with neurofibrillary tangle is Alzheimer's disease.
Alzheimer's disease is a type of dementia, which is a decrease in brain function which results in decreased memory, thought processes, behavior changes, and communication skills. Among the symptoms that are naturally encountered by Alzheimer's sufferers are forgetful or senile, be they forget people, forget what has just been discussed, forget what has been done, forget the name of the object, to forget how to use an object.
This disease is also still not known the cause. But the risk is increased in women, aged over 65 years, have had a head injury, have heart disease, often inhale cigarette smoke, have diabetes, high blood pressure, excess weight or obesity, and high cholesterol. For treatment, usually a neurologist will provide treatment which is a combination of medication and psychotherapy, as well as methods of adaptation to daily activities such as setting a schedule, setting an alarm, storing contacts of relatives, emergency numbers and so forth.
Apart from all that, in fact it could be meant by a doctor who treats your mother is another disease. But the only person who can answer that is the doctor. So if you want to find out for sure, you can go to the doctor to consult and ask what the medical terms of the tangled nerve disease he meant. So, hopefully answering your question.