Brain disorders like epilepsy, Parkinson’s and ALS can cause loss of balance, especially in older people.
But if you can restore balance, you might be able to live more independently and feel happier.
Dr. Paul A. Burdette, an assistant professor of neurology at the University of Pennsylvania, has been treating people with neurological impairment for years.
He says the most effective way to do this is with a combination of medications.
He uses trastorns neurologicosa, which contains a stimulant, to help people regain some of their balance.
In some cases, people are able to regain some balance and feel less stressed, he says.
Burdette says the combination of the drugs can help people with some of the common neurologic problems that can cause balance loss.
For example, people with mild to moderate depression, for example, may be able restore some of balance in their hands and feet.
But they also may not be able do the same things with their hands that they used to.
Bredet’s mother, Melissa Bredet, says she felt more relaxed and less stressed when she took trastorned neurologic os in 2014.
Melissa says she’s had better sleep quality, and her mood has improved.
Melissa Bredets’ mother Melissa Bdedet is on trasthornos neurology medication for her brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder.
She says she used it once a week for six weeks.
She says it worked.
She still has headaches and a cold, but it’s manageable.
Bledet says she hopes that the combination therapy will work for her.
She hopes that it will help her feel less isolated and that it could help her cope with her injuries and the stresses of life.
She thinks the combination could be the best solution for her and other people like her.
Bridet says trastanners neurologicOS is the only medication she’s seen that has been shown to help her.
She hopes it will be available for others with neurological disabilities as well.