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How Can I Prevent brain damage from Fever?

A: Most people are not at risk of developing brain damage from fever common illnesses do not usually cause temperatures high enough to damage the brain. Certain severe illnesses and conditions are more likely to cause this problem. In light of this, the best ways to prevent brain damage from fever may involve taking steps to lower a fever that seems too high, seeking medical attention for a worrisome temperature, and staying alert for the types of illnesses and conditions known to cause organ-damaging temperatures.. While you may feel concerned when a fever rises higher and higher, it is important to keep in mind that suffering

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What Is Permanent brain damage?

A: Permanent brain damage occurs when there has been damage to the brain which cannot be reversed. There are many ways of engendering permanent brain damage, such as substance abuse and polio, but falls and transportation accidents are the two leading causes. Even mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) such as concussion can lead to prolonged impairment such as cognitive deficits, behavior and emotional changes as well as biochemical changes such as brain cell damage.. A bigger threat to the brain is repetitive head injury (RHI), which can be...


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Ecstasy and brain damage?

A: No man! hah X is not that bad It''s not even that scary.Well it depends on your mental condition. Actually its the most innocent synthetic drug u can take. Do u drink alcohol? If yes u shouldn''t be worried about those brain cells cuz u are killing them anyways BUT LEGALLY U can repear a lot of the damage from ecstazy on the next day by taking many vitamins and drinking milk! I study Chemistry :) E just releases your serotonin Which is the hormone that makes you happy And your body produces more of it with no problem But if you take too many pills, or you OD It could kill you Do E but know where it came from And don''t take too much Be safe And don''t take "candy" from strangers There has been enough research and studies done by...


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What treatment is there for alcohol brain damage?

A: depends on how long he has drank. he could be a dry alcoholic. which means its like hes still drunk but hasn''t drank and his brain thinks he has. i don''t know of any cure for an alcoholic asfar as repairing the brain cells once there gone there gone. but yes a MRI will be good because there could be something else going on with the brain or maybe his blood pressure is too high or possibly too low which will make you faint, but he really needs to go to a Dr. i would try to talk him into going to one if at all possible. and i think its great hes been clean for a year! good for him! Thiamine definitely and b vitamins should help some- and eating a healthy diet- he may have something else going on if he is...


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What cause organic brain damage when using drugs

A: I''m not sure exactly what your question is here because your title doesn''t match what you have written in your post. All effects drugs, alcohol even tobacco causes damage to your body and brain, if your speaking of specifics, like -LSD, this leads to impaired learning and memory abilities, -Meth, activates certain systems in the brain is very addictive, -inhalants, fatty tissue protection in nerve cells are destroyed this stops or slows down neural transmissions. - Estasy, destoys certain brain cells, the cells that are damaged can''t reconnect normally, -Heroin, brain cells become dependent on this drug and the user needs it in order to...


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Can A Seizure In A Cat Result In brain damage?

A: Seizures do not typically cause brain damage, however some types of brain damage can cause seizures. You might want to take your cat to the vet. When a cat has a seizure, there is a chance that she suffered neurological damage. If she is not walking normally or seems to have something else that is off about her, that is probably what happened. If she is eating healthy, then she can still live a normal life. It is possible, but i would be asking, why did she have the seizure? chances are it''s something in her brain that cause the seizure not the other way. It''s possible she has a brain tumour, epilepsy or some times...


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Could I have gotten brain damage from my Mom pulling my hair?

A: It is quite possible. We all know that the hair is connected directly to the brain. No retard. why would ur hair being pulled have any connection with brain damage. LOL. Stop overreacting. your fine sweety it happens sometimes i remember i had something similiar like that happen to me but it wasnt my mom it was another person and i had a headache for like 3 days its okay if this happens to you all the time then yeah i suggest you get yourself checked out but your good. You don''t have brain damage. You do have a huge problem with your mom abusing you, tho. I''m sure your headache is from not only having your head grabbed but from stress. Lots of stress. Has she done...


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M.S. and psychological brain damage

A: Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory disease of the Central Nervous System (CNS) - that''s the brain and spinal cord. Predominantly, it is a disease of the ''white matter'' tissue. The white matter is made up of nerve fibres which are responsible for transmitting communication signals both internally within the CNS and between the CNS and the nerves supplying rest of the body. In people affected by MS, patches of damage called plaques or lesions appear in seemingly random areas of the CNS white matter. At the site of a lesion, a nerve insulating material, called myelin, is lost. I shall explain this process in more detail later. Clinically, MS is a hard condition to characterise because it is very unpredictable and variable. Depending...


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Can A Seizure In A Cat Result In brain damage?

A: Seizures do not typically cause brain damage, however some types of brain damage can cause seizures. You might want to take your cat to the vet. When a cat has a seizure, there is a chance that she suffered neurological damage. If she is not walking normally or seems to have something else that is off about her, that is probably what happened. If she is eating healthy, then she can still live a normal life. It is possible, but i would be asking, why did she have the seizure? chances are it''s something in her brain that cause the seizure not the other way. It''s possible she has a brain tumour, epilepsy or some times...


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Crystal meth long term brain damage ?

A: Health risks: The effects and dependence potential of meth are similar to that of amphetamine misuse, although as the stuff is a lot stronger, the dangers involved are greater with an increased chance of overdose. Overuse can bring on paranoia, short term memory loss, wild rages and mood swings as well as damage to your immune system. As far as we know, it is not physically addictive, although many have quickly developed a very strong psychological and damaging dependence for the drug. Overdosing can lead to severe convulsions followed by circulatory and respiratory collapse, coma and death. Some people have died after taking small doses. The mix of chemicals, method of use and the user''s lifestyle can do serious damage to the mouth...


 
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