Portfolio Category: Medical

What Is Hypnagogia, the State Between Wakefulness and Sleep?

Hypnagogia is when you’re in a state of consciousness between sleep and wakefulness. It’s common to experience¬†hallucinations during this state.¬†

What Is a Thought Disorder?

A thought disorder is a disorganized way of thinking that leads to abnormal language expression. There are more than 20 subtypes. 

Overview of Musicogenic Epilepsy

Musiogenic epilepsy is a rare condition that affects less than 1 in 10 million people. It’s characterized by seizures provoked by music.

A Complete Guide to Treating Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs)

Traumatic brain injury can cause serious brain damage and symptoms such as memory loss, problems with movement, and cognitive changes. Prompt evaluation is needed to judge the severity of your brain injury. 

Is Pink Eye a Symptom of COVID-19?

As of June 2020, the latest research suggests that about 1 to 3 percent of people with COVID-19 will develop pink eye. This article breaks down the latest findings and explains the link between the two conditions.

Back Pain When Breathing: 11 Possible Causes

There are many causes of back pain ranging from muscle aches to issues affecting your lungs. This article goes over 11 of the potential reasons why your back is bothering you.

Can Cracked Heels Be Caused by a Vitamin Deficiency?

If you’ve been noticing that your heels are more cracked than usual, it may be a sign of a vitamin deficiency. This article examines several potential vitamin deficiencies that can lead to cracked heels.

What Causes Head Rushes and How to Prevent Them from Occurring

Everybody experiences the occasional head rush, but when they become reoccurring, they can be a sign of an underlying health problem. This article breaks down the potential causes of head rushes and how you can prevent them.

Hemiplegia: Causes and Treatments for Partial Paralysis

Hemiplegia is a movement disorder that affects one side of your body and is caused by brain damage. It’s often caused by strokes, traumatic head injuries, or infections. This article breaks down the causes and treatment options for people dealing with this disorder.

What You Need to Know About Global Aphasia

Global Aphasia is a language disorder caused by brain damage. It’s the most severe type of aphasia. In its most serious form, it can lead to a complete loss of language abilities. This article provides a complete overview of the causes and treatment options for this disorder.