Anticonvulsants are sometimes prescribed to those suffering from anxiety who do not respond to other treatments. While data is limited as to success and they have many side effects, they may be of benefit when all other options fail.
When it comes to treating multiple sclerosis, there are a ton of options, but not all of those options are right for every patient. Let's take a look at glatiramer acetate, for starters.
Cervical spondylosis is a common type of arthritis that affects more than 90% of people that are 60 years of age or older. This article outlines causes, risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment for cervical spondylosis.
Buspirone is sometimes prescribed for mild anxiety that does not respond to the first line of treatment medications. It has less side effects than other anxiety-reducing medications although it can take longer to work.
In some ways, it seems like researchers know more about what doesn’t cause multiple sclerosis than about what might. With several disproved theories, it almost seems like there is no root cause of the immune response.
Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOIS) are older-style antidepressants that are occasionally prescribed for the treatment of treatment-resistant anxiety. They carry risks and side effects which typically make then a last resort in treatment.
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While not among the most common, there are rarer early warning signs that could occur and point toward an eventual diagnosis of multiple sclerosis that, in combination with some of the more notable signs, are of concern.
Rheumatoid arthritis is a common subtype of arthritis, which a disease characterized by inflammation of the joints. Patients with rheumatoid arthritis are at a higher risk for developing 15 other diseases, which are outlined in this article.
Patients with rheumatoid arthritis often develop flares, which is a period of time in which symptoms of the disease intensify. This article outlines the top 5 reasons that contribute to the development of flares in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.