Posted May 08, 2018 05:23:56 A nervous system disorder is a physical disorder of the nervous system that is characterized by a variety of symptoms including weakness, muscle spasms, paralysis, and difficulty moving your arms, legs, and face.
The symptoms can be caused by the same underlying condition, but the symptoms are different.
The nervous system can also suffer from other issues, including abnormal blood flow, increased levels of inflammation, or a lack of oxygen.
These symptoms can sometimes cause a person to experience seizures or hallucinations.
The signs of craniovascular nervous system (CNS) disease include: Difficulty moving your arm or leg, numbness, weakness, and/or loss of muscle tone