The challenges of the pandemic have affected so many…but what about young patients with PANS and PANDAS?
Results published in The British Medical Journal (BMJ) and noted in MedPage Today presented promising evidence that a diet higher in two specific omega-3, fatty acids (EPA and DHA) “reduced headache frequency and intensity and lowered levels of pain-related lipids in migraine patients.”
If you’ve ever been bitten by a tick you may have subsequently experienced symptoms of a rash, headache and fever that typically can last for up to four weeks. However, for some patients, tick-borne illness can have far-ranging and longer-term health implications stemming from the associated infection such as Bartonella, Ehrlichia, Babesia, or Anaplasma.
While you may not necessarily be familiar with the disorder “small fiber neuropathy (SFN)” it actually has a global prevalence of approximately four million individuals although the incidence is probably much higher than currently identified as quite often patients may not be fully evaluated for this condition.
Neurological effects post-COVID and what history tells us about post-viral syndromes.
Results from a large retrospective study of nearly 240,000 subjects recently published in The Lancet show that in the six months after becoming ill with COVID, approximately one-third of the surviving patients were diagnosed with at least one neurological or psychological condition.1
Dr. Suzanne Gazada, Integrative Neurology