Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative neurological condition that affects movement, among other symptoms.
Drug and alcohol use affects the brain and body temporarily and long term as someone becomes addicted. Learn more about the neurological impact of drugs and alcohol.
EEGs measure the brain’s electrical activity. An abnormal EEG can occur because of various physical or psychological conditions. Learn more:
The brain’s electrical activity creates different brain waves that reflect what kind of activity we’re doing – from deep sleep to deep thought. Learn more:
EEGs are the gold standard for measuring electrical activity in the brain, which gives critical information about potential brain disorders.
Seizures aren’t always the result of epilepsy. Nonepileptic seizures can be caused by psychological factors and medical conditions other than epilepsy.
EEGs reveal information about brain changes and activity in COVID-19 patients as researchers learn more about the disease.