Neurodegenesis, also known as neurodegeneration or neurodego-neurodegenerated (NDE) syndrome, is a condition in which a person experiences a variety of symptoms and changes in their body.
The condition affects about one in 10,000 people worldwide.
According to a recent study published in the British Medical Journal, nearly 20% of people suffer from the disease, which is classified as a major neurodegenital disease.NDE sufferers are often told that they have an incurable neurological disorder that will take their life, according to the BBC.
However, this is not true, according the American Academy of Neurology, a global scientific body that represents more than 350,000 neurologists.
It is not just NDE suffenders who suffer from neurodegeners, the association said.
There are many other neurological conditions that are often confused with NDEs.
“Many people with NDCs are not actually suffering from neurological disorders but are experiencing symptoms and have had changes in body structure, behaviour and cognition,” it said.
According to the NDC Association, there are over 2,000 diseases that cause NDE, including amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), and Parkinson’s disease.
Symptoms include numbness or tingling in the hands and feet, weakness, muscle pain, difficulty concentrating, disorientation, seizures and mental confusion.