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Neuro Signs & Symptoms Center

Neurological symptoms occur when normal processes of the brain and nerves are disrupted. Some symptoms are mild, such as minor headaches or a bout of dizziness. However, symptoms can be more severe, appearing as migraines or repeated fainting. Examples of symptoms include loss of language skills (aphasia), difficulty swallowing (dysphagia) and loss of motor skills (ataxia).

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