There are many types of brain disorders, and they can change the way your brain commands the rest of your body. Brain Injuries: Brain injuries are often caused by blunt trauma. Injury can damage tissue, neurons (messengers within the brain), and nerves that transmit information from the brain to your body. This can cause changes in how your brain communicates with the rest of your body. Brain Tumors: Tumors can develop in the brain’s tissue and cause many problems, including preventing blood circulation in the brain. These growths may be cancerous or benign. Degenerative Diseases: Degenerative diseases can affect the brain in many ways. They can change your personality, cause confusion, or destroy your brain’s tissue and nerves. Some brain diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, may manifest as you age and slowly impair your memory and thought processes. Other diseases, such as Tay-Sachs disease, begin at an early age. Tay-Sachs disease affects a child’s mental and physical capabilities.
You can submit articles in our peer reviewed Journal at http://scitechnol.com/submitmanuscript.php