Memory problems or dementia can result from progressive damage to the brain in conditions like Alzheimer's, vascular dementia, Lewy body dementia, and frontotemporal dementia. The use of certain medications, head injury, stress, anxiety, vitamin B12 deficiency, and hypothyroidism can result in reversible or temporary memory loss.
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Any help or suggestions to prevent the loose stools ?
Query: Hi doctor, My mom is 83 years old. She had a bad fall 1.5 years ago and suffered with a head injury with little internal bleeding and a broken arm. While in hospital, she contracted C.diff and has had several recurring bouts with it. She has had a transplant and so far she is doing well with no rec... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I appreciate you seeking help for your mother. Well, after having gone through the case history as described, it seems her fecal incontinence is mostly of neurological origin. In the given context, I would advise that she would be clinically examined by a neuro physic... Read Full »
I have low mental exhaustion threshold. I am unable to concentrate. Please help.
Query: Hi doctor, My brain is getting exhausted after reading books or journals or watching movies or TV continuously for few hours. My mental exhaustion threshold is 80 to 85 % less than that of the normal person. It lasts for two to five days or more depending on the intensity. During that time my min... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Keeping your symptoms in view, my suggestions are as follows: The mind is related to our lifestyle and thinking. Try to relax and give yourself some time in between the things to avoid brain exhaustion. Try to make a timeline to reduce your stress and not to add. You can ... Read Full »