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When to go to the specialist

There are common complaints that do not always mean a neurological disease. the main onesalarm signalsthat should lead the patient to investigate with the specialist doctor areabrupt symptoms, which began recently, or elseprogressive complaints, which get worse over time.

combined symptomssuch as headache and loss of strength at the same time, or associated with dizziness and fainting, in addition torecurrent symptoms (symptoms that come and go) andpersistent, may be signs of more serious illnesses and should be investigated carefully by thespecialist.

Every time you have a symptom that has been starting for a few days (or longer), the ideal is to make an appointment in the office properly and not in the emergency room.

Not all forgetfulness is Alzheimer's disease. Just as not every loss of strength or "tingling" is a stroke.
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