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What is clinical neuropharmacology?

Neuropharmacology is a basic science (such as physiology, biology, etc.) and its application in medicine or by a physician is called clinical neuropharmacology. This...

What do we know about the Autonomic Nervous System?

Many people complain of symptoms that are not part of any disease, they simply present ailments that, not being understood, they tend not to...

How does fibromyalgia relate to other diseases?

Other conditions such as rheumatoid diseases (lupus, arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis), migraine, irritable bowel, sleep disorders, irritability, etc. are common in patients with fibromyalgia. The...

What happens to our body when the Autonomic Nervous System does...

When this small portion of our primitive brain does not work well, our body and our emotions work poorly, including the quality of sleep....

The Autonomic Nervous System and Sleep-Wake Balance

The Autonomic Nervous System controls the interaction of several fundamental aspects of our existence: the integration of our rhythm of life with emotions, as...

More on clinical neuropharmacology: questions and answers

What practical contributions does the current knowledge about the Autonomic Nervous System offer to modern medicine? Neuropharmacology gives medication to the Autonomic Nervous System to...

Therapeutic design and the patient

Many people think that so-called "natural" medicines should produce indisputable natural effects on the body. However, the label "natural" does not rule out the...

Therapeutic design, the Autonomic Nervous System and medicines

Therapeutic design The therapeutic design is based on two fundamental pillars: first, the uniqueness and particularity of the patient; secondly, the possibility of working with...

Therapeutic design: a response to “orphan” diseases

Therapeutic Design, Autonomic Nervous System The important thing about a drug is the effect it produces and not whether its origin is natural or chemical....