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Brain Disorders & Therapy is a peer reviewed scientific journal known for rapid dissemination of high-quality research. This Brain Disorders Journal with high impact factor offers an open access platform to the authors in academia and industry to publish their novel research. It serves the International Scientific Community with its standard brain research publications.
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Bipolar Affective is a psychological disorder that causes frequent mood swings in the affected individuals. This disorder is mostly characterized by elevation in mood (mania) or depression. There are two types of Bipolar disorder: Bipolar Disorder I and Bipolar Disorder II. Bipolar Disorder I is characterized by recurring manic and depressive episodes every day for a week. Bipolar Disorder II is characterized by major depressive episode and one episode of hypomania. Bipolar II disorder is not a milder form of bipolar I disorder, but a separate diagnosis. While the manic episodes of bipolar I disorder can be severe and dangerous, individuals with bipolar II disorder can be depressed for longer periods, which can cause significant impairment. BD patients are often suicidal.
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Uncontrolled cell division leads to tumor formation in brain and other parts of the body. Brain tumor can be caused by exposure to vinyl chloride or Epstein-Barr virus or ionizing radiation or due to neurofibromatosis. A primary brain tumor is one that originates in the brain, and not all primary brain tumors are cancerous; benign tumors are not aggressive. Malignant primary brain tumors are cancers that originate in the brain, typically grow faster than benign tumors, and aggressively invade surrounding tissue. Few symptoms are headaches, seizures, vision problems, nausea, inability to balance motor functions etc.
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A weak spot on a blood vessel that leads to an outward bulging of the arterial wall in the brain is known as aneurysm. This condition is more prevalent in females than in males and may cause hemorrhagic stroke when they rupture leading to brain damage and death. Symptoms are: Headache, Dilated pupil, Blurred or double vision, Pain above and behind eye, Weakness and numbness, Difficulty in speaking. Brain aneurysms are often discovered when they rupture, causing bleeding into the brain or the space closely surrounding the brain called the subarachnoid space, causing a subarachnoid hemorrhage. Subarachnoid hemorrhage from a ruptured brain aneurysm can lead to a hemorrhagic stroke, brain damage and death.
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There are four basic forms of mood disorders: depression, cyclothymia (a mild form of bipolar disorder), seasonal affective disorder and mania. People with mood disorder have mood fluctuations. This affects their both their professional and personal life. Major depression is the most common mood disorder. This debilitating illness causes mental anguish and physical ailments. It often prevents normal daily function. Some people with depression may experience only one episode of major depression in a lifetime and most people go through multiple episodes.
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Brain Disorders & Therapy, Depression Research and Treatment, Journal of Psychiatry, Depression and Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder: Open Access, Journal of Anxiety Disorders, Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy, Cognitive Neuropsychology, Mental Illness and Treatment, Anxiety, Stress and Coping
Intellectual Disability is a neurodevelopmental disorder where intellectual and adaptive functioning is highly impaired. An individual with Intellectual Disability typically has an IQ score below 70. Intellectual functioning, refers to general mental capacity, such as learning, reasoning, problem solving, and so on. People with severe intellectual disability may experience seizures, mood disorders (anxiety, autism, etc.), motor skills impairment, vision problems, and/or hearing problems. People with intellectual disabilities can and do learn new skills, but they learn them more slowly.
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Bipolar Disorder is otherwise known as Manic Despondency. Individuals with manic depression experience depression and mania from time to time. They often lose interest in a former pleasurable activity. When in manic phase, individuals often have high self-esteem and are ebullient. Identifying the problem and changing lifestyle is one of the best ways to cope up with manic depression. Because both depression and bipolar disorder share this commonality, somewhere between 10 to 25 percent of people with bipolar disorder are first mistakenly diagnosed with only depression. It’s only when the professional learns more about the person and their history do they later discover episodes of either mania or hypomania.
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A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is reduced. This deprives the brain of oxygen and nutrients, which causes the death of brain cells. A stroke may be caused due to a blocked artery (ischemic stroke) or due to the leaking or bursting of a blood vessel (hemorrhagic stroke). Thrombotic stroke occurs when a blood clot forms in arteries which leads to reduced supply of blood to the brain. How a person is affected by their stroke depends on where the stroke occurs in the brain and how much the brain is damaged.People who have larger strokes may be permanently paralyzed on one side of their body or lose their ability to speak. Some people recover completely from strokes, but more than 2/3 of survivors will have some type of disability.
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Brain Scan methods allow neuroscientists to see inside the living brain. These methods help neuroscientists to understand the relationships between specific areas of the brain and their functions, to locate the areas of the brain that are affected by neurological disorder and to develop new strategies to treat brain disorders. CT scan. MRI, fMRI, PET scan etc. are common brain imaging methods.
Certain types of brain scans use a special dye, called contrast, to help areas of interest show up better. Contrast dye is usually injected into the body before the scan starts. With the exception of those requiring an injection of contrast dye, scans are relatively painless—like getting a picture taken. The hardest part for some people is to sit or lie still for a long time.
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A prolonged state of unconsciousness is known as coma. A person is unresponsive to his or her environment during this time. The person cannot be awakened by any stimulation. Most common causes of coma are brain injury, brain stroke, brain swelling, blood sugar, brain infection, oxygen deprivation, seizures etc. Treatment of coma is different for different causes, if there is a brain infection, antibiotics are administered, Glucose is administered in an event of diabetic shock. Surgery may also be necessary to relieve the pressure on the brain due to swelling or to remove a tumor.
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Brain Disorders & Therapy, Experimental Neurology, International Journal of Neurorehabilitation, Frontiers in Neurology, Journal of Neurological Disorders, Frontiers of neurology and neuroscience, Journal of Neurology & Neurophysiology, Journal of Neurological Disorders, Functional Neurology
Buildup of too much cerebrospinal fluid in the brain is known as hydrocephalus. Causes can include head injuries, strokes, infections, tumors, and bleeding in the brain and can occur at any age. Hydrocephalus can permanently damage the brain, leading to impaired physical and mental development. Treatment usually involves surgery.
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A convulsion or seizure is the physical change in behavior that occurs after an episode of abnormal electrical activity in the brain. Sometimes it causes noticeable symptoms and sometimes it shows no symptoms at all. The symptoms of a severe seizure are often widely recognized, including violent shaking and loss of control. A seizure may be a one-time event, or may be a repeated event.
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Traumatic brain injury occurs when an external mechanical force causes brain to function abnormally. Mild traumatic brain injury may cause temporary dysfunction of brain cells. More serious traumatic brain injury results in bruising, torn tissues, bleeding and other physical damage to the brain which results in long-term complications or death.
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Brain Disorders & Therapy, The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, Trauma & Treatment, Journal of Neurotrauma, International Journal of Neurorehabilitation, Brain Injury, Journal of Neurological Disorders, Brain Research, Journal of Neurology & Neurophysiology, Journal of Clinical Case Reports, Injury
Cognitive science is the scientific study of the human mind. It is a discipline that characterizes the nature of human knowledge, its forms and content and how that knowledge is acquired, processed, and used. Cognitive science consists of multiple research disciplines, including psychology, artificial intelligence, philosophy, neuroscience, linguistics, and anthropology.
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Brain Disorders & Therapy, Cognitive Computation, Autism-Open Access, Cognitive Neurodynamics, Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior, Cognitive Science, Journal of Neurological Disorders, Cognitive Processing, Journal of Neurology & Neurophysiology, Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience
Brain Disorders & Therapy is associated with our international conference "2nd Brain Disorders Conference" (Brain Disorders-2016) during Oct 27-29, 2016 in Chicago, USA with a theme "Rethinking the Brain: Spread Your Intellectual Insight in Comprehending Brain Disorders ". We are particularly interested in research in the areas of Fragile X in Adults, Dyslexia and Brain Injuries, Bipolar Disorder, Neurodegenerative Diseases, Mental Health Conditions, Child psychiatric disorders, Schizophrenia, Intracranial Hypertension, Encephalitis, Hydrocephalus, Meningitis, Autism, Sleep disorders and Epilepsy and Multiple Sclerosis.
*2016 Journal Impact Factor was established by dividing the number of articles published in 2014 and 2015 with the number of times they are cited in 2016 based on Google search and the Scholar Citation Index database. If 'X' is the total number of articles published in 2014 and 2015, and 'Y' is the number of times these articles were cited in indexed journals during 2016 then, impact factor = Y/X