Defect of Conduction System of the Attention Pathway Leading to Development of Inattentive Spells in a Young Female OD07-OD09
Dr. Hussain Hussain,
2310 Dolan Falls LN, Houston, TX, USA, 77089.
Inattentive spells are neurological disorders affecting the neuronal pathways that lead to a decrease in neuronal conduction velocity. The pathways of attention normally function systematically by utilising an electrical conduction system, in order to transmit and process neuronal information. A defect in the attention pathways leads to cognitive impairments that have a detrimental effect on the patientâ€™s health and well-being. Interestingly, patients with a defective attention pathway reported higher incidence of motor vehicle collisions and injuries. The authors report the case of an index patient, 26-year-old female, with chief complaints of frequent prolonged gaze, mild anxiety, insomnia, poor concentration and a decrease in attention span, to assess the correlation between neuronal pathway defects and the efficacy of Omega 3-6-9 treatment. Also, to facilitate the conduction velocity between the neurons. The patientâ€™s symptoms and progression were observed during a five months period. This patient after being treated with Omega 3-6-9, noticed a drastic improvement in concentration, mood, and circadian rhythm. However, after an abrupt interruption of the treatment, her symptoms recurred over a short period of time.