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Alzheimer’s disease is a neurological disorder in which the brain slowly degenerates, leading to problems with memory, daily function and behaviour.
Epilepsy is a neurological (related to the nervous system) condition in which the brain experiences brief electrical disturbances, which can lead to seizures.
Huntington’s disease is a rare, progressive, neurodegenerative genetic disorder, in which people may experience behavioral disturbances, mental deterioration and uncontrolled movements.
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive condition that involves a gradual loss of nerve cells in a finite area of the brain, leading to problems with movement control and other non-movement-related symptoms.
People who suffer from mood disorders experience distressing changes in their feelings and emotions, which make it difficult to carry on with life as usual. Depression and anxiety are mood disorders that are common in the general population.
Disorders of the brain are numerous and wide-ranging, producing distinct harmful effects. Research is underway at Lundbeck to provide treatments for many of these disease areasRead more
Psychoses are disorders of the mind, in which a person may lose touch with reality and experience symptoms such as hallucinations and delusionsRead more
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