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Three beneficial foods for your nervous system

The Nervous System
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Individuals deficient in these fatty acids may suffer nerve damage primarily because of degradation of the myelin sheaths.

Marion Nestle, professor of nutrition at New York University, notes in her book, "What to Eat," that fish are the best source of omega-3 fatty acids and are believed to be critical to the health of the nervous system.

Green leafy vegetables also help in healing the nervous system. According to "Natural Superwoman: The Survival Guide for Women Who Have Too Much to Do," author Rosamond Richardson explains that these vegetables are high in B-complex vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E and magnesium, all important in the proper function of the nervous system.

The nervous system both synthesizes and circulates neurotransmitters, which are brain chemicals that regulate heartbeat, respiration and digestion; B vitamins are essential to this process. Vitamins C and E are anti-aging for the nervous system, and magnesium acts to calm the nerves. Sea vegetables, such as seaweed, are another food that can help in healing the nervous system.

According to Tom Monte in "The Complete Guide to Natural Healing," sea vegetables are high in minerals, and minerals are essential to proper nervous system function. Minerals assist a variety of the nervous system's functions, from oxygen absorption to clear brain function.

Video of the Day. Natural Sources of L-Arginine. Fatty Liver Diet Foods List. Foods to Avoid Before Bed. Surgeons who operate as a treatment team for nervous system disorders are called neurological surgeons or neurosurgeons. Neuroradiologists and interventional radiologists. Radiologists that specialize in the diagnosis of neurological conditions using imaging and in the treatment of certain neurologic conditions such as cerebral aneurysms, acute strokes, and vertebral fractures, as well as biopsies of certain tumors.

Rehabilitation for neurological disorders. The branch of medicine that provides rehabilitative care for patients with nervous system disorders is called physical medicine and rehabilitation.

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