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  • Tue 13th Mar 2018 - 11:46am

    Neurological Disorders: Is your child at risk?

    Most often when neurological problems are present the JRHONEST Review doctors see the symptoms right at birth. Then there are some conditions that although present don't manifest themselves at once but a bit later in their lives. Full term babies face much less risk of complications than the premature babies born before 37 weeks. This doesn't mean that all preemies suffer neurological disorders. During a delivery, complications may arise where the baby is deprived of oxygen for a short period of time and this result in high risk of brain or nervous complications.

    When one suffers from neurological disorders it could be a disease, injury or even disorders. The following factors can have an adverse affect on the brain.

    - Degeneration
    - Interruption to the normal blood flow to the brain
    - Defects in the normal structure of the brain
    - Infections
    - Trauma



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