Top Drugs for Neurology

Top Drugs for Neurology

Neurology drugs manage diseases, disorders and conditions affecting the brain and nervous system. Symptoms of these diseases can affect the brain itself or the body functions it controls.

Alzheimer's Medications

Alzheimer's drugs can slow or delay declines in memory and cognitive function. They work by regulating neurotransmitters--the chemicals brain cells use to communicate with each other.
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Anti-Seizure Medications

Anti-seizure drugs suppress seizures and are often able to help people with epilepsy and other seizure disorders live seizure-free. Finding the right one can take some trial and error because they have different ways of working and side effects.
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Movement Disorder Medications

Movement disorder drugs help people manage movement symptoms, such as tremor or difficulty walking. They regulate neurotransmitters, which are chemicals brain cells use to communicate with each other.
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  • Antibiotic, antifungal and antiviral drugs treat infectious diseases. They kill or stop the growth of microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi and viruses.
  • Birth control medications are a form of contraception. They contain either a combination of estrogen and progestin or progestin alone. There are several forms of these hormones, but most combination products contain estrogen, ethinyl estradiol, and a progestin. They work by preventing ovulation and inhibiting fertilization and implantation.
  • Mental health drugs treat conditions that affect emotional, psychological and social well-being. Doctors frequently use mental health drugs in combination with various forms of therapy to help people manage these conditions.
  • Arthritis medications and muscle relaxers treat problems with the musculoskeletal system. These include injuries and conditions affecting the joints, muscles, and other soft tissues that help the body flex and move.