Have you ever wondered how your brain controls every single thing that you do?
Have you ever wondered how you opened this particular article and how your brain is comprehending it?
Have you ever wondered why you just picked up that mug of coffee to set it?
Have you ever wondered how long that message took to reach your hand, to pick up that mug?
Have you ever wondered how long it’s going to take for you to read this article?
Well, I would like to start off by saying that the mysteries of the brain are not solved yet. There are a lot of questions about the human brain that are not answered. In this guide, I am going to be talking about some neurodegenerative diseases that completely destroy the brain. Such a magnificent organ is definitely susceptible to a lot of diseases. That is why, we need to be careful, and we need to get ourselves checked every year. A full-body general checkup is essential. Some diseases lie dormant in your body, and they start developing once you age. If you get yourself checked regularly, the doctors will be able to catch these diseases in an early stage, and they will be able to start a treatment process which is essential.
Neurodegenerative diseases or illnesses that would involve the death of certain parts of the human brain. That is why, they are the toughest diseases to cure, so far. Diseases like Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease or the most severe and most common diseases which are impossible to cure. Even though there is a lot of information, these diseases are not curable, and these neurodegenerative disorders have actually remained some of the most mysterious and most complex. The brain is definitely a very gifted and very complex organ with a huge number of pathways that would allow us to do spectacular things. The brain is also made up of billions of cells which we depend on, every Mili second of every single day. We need our brain to conduct every single function. The most important cells in the brain are called neurons, and neurons communicate with each other to perform every single function that the brain carries out.
You should also know that the cells of the brain are all closely connected, and if there is any miscommunication among the cells, it can disrupt all of the brain’s activities. There are many diseases and illnesses that can affect the brain, and these are some of the most complicated neurodegenerative diseases which would result in the death of neurons in the human brain. Well, just like any other cell in the body, a neuron does not regenerate when it dies. That is where the problem lies. Once humans find a way to regrow or rebirth neurons, it would definitely be a game-changer, especially, it would be one step closer to immortality.