Neurologic Symptoms

Neurologic Symptoms are caused by disorder that affects part or all the nervous system. Neurologic disorders commonly cause pain such as back aches; neck pain; headache; and pain along a nerve pathway (as in sciatica or shingles). Muscles may malfunction because a nerve is damaged or compressed.

 

The following are some relatively common neurologic symptoms: generalized weakness; tremors; paralysis; involuntary movements (Tics); muscle spasms, and slowed movements.

 

Other symptoms include changes in sensation such as blurred vision, partial or total loss of vision, deafness, tingling or pins and needles sensation, dizziness or vertigo, loss of sensation to touch, cold, heat, or pain; an numbness.

 




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