Brings legs together when walking: what causes the symptom?
Acute, piercing pain in the leg, which turns the muscle into a “stone” and sometimes makes it rise to the toe – this is how an unpleasant condition manifests itself, popularly referred to as “bringing the leg”. In medicine, this pathology is called convulsions. An unpleasant state always arises spontaneously and cannot be controlled. Cramping may occur during rest or physical activity. Why do calves go numb when walking? What will the painful symptom tell about? Continue reading
The Truth About Nerve Cells That ‘Don’t Regenerate’
How often do you hear the phrase: nerve cells do not regenerate. It is with these words that they try to convince a person not to worry. And until recently, this phrase was considered true. But some discoveries allowed scientists to doubt the accepted dogma. So, do nerve cells recover (this process is called neurogenesis by doctors) in the human body?
Neurogenesis – a breakthrough in neuroscience Continue reading