Neurological Disorders and Neuroprotection

Neuroprotection refers to mechanisms and strategies that aim to protect the nervous system from injury and damage, especially in people who sustain an injury or develop a health condition that has neurological effects. Different conditions that relate to the CNS can have different symptoms, but the processes by which neurons, or nerve cells, die are often similar. Scientists currently believe that these processes include Oxidative stress, mitochondrial dysfunction, inflammatory changes, excitotoxicity and Brain proteins.

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