neurovegetative

neu·ro·vis·cer·al

(nū'rō-vis'ĕr-ăl),
Referring to the innervation of the internal organs by the autonomic (visceral motor) nervous system.
[neuro- + L. viscera, the internal organs]

neurovegetative

(nū″rō-vĕj′ĕ-tā″tĭv)
Concerning the autonomic nervous system.
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The fact that there is a proven continuous and ongoing exchange of information between each and every cell of the human body through the neurovegetative network is the single most important concept in neural therapy and in our ability to find success in the treatment of chronic disease.
B describes significant neurovegetative symptoms of depression, including poor sleep, poor appetite, low energy and concentration, and chronic feelings of hopelessness with thoughts of "ending it all.
Disorders of hypothalamo-hypophyseal axis lead to disturbances in affective behavior, but also to disturbances of neurovegetative functions, which leads to behavioral changes and increased appetite and weight gain in EMF exposed animals12.
Selon Gouider, Alzheimer est une maladie neurovegetative qui entraine une perte progressive de la memoire.
Subjective and neurovegetative changes in healthy volunteers and panic patients performing simulated public speaking.
amp;nbsp;"It's not so much melancholy depression as it is what we think as neurovegetative depression.
These are characteristics that will favor anatomical-functional changes of the infant, which, associated with neurological maturation, will allow the correct execution of neurovegetative functions, among them, the speech.
Due to the overlap of symptoms of pregnancy with neurovegetative symptoms of depression, the diagnosis of mood disorders becomes very challenging.
They should be on the lookout for sustained disruptions in their sleep and loss of appetite and energy (the classic neurovegetative symptoms), and of course, any emerging hopelessness or suicidal preoccupation also should prompt them to turn to student health services for evaluation and support.
in 1991 proposed diagnostic criteria for PDP i) major criteria: digital clubbing, periostosis, and pachydermia and ii) minor criteria: seborrhea, hyperhidrosis, folliculitis, arthritis or arthralgia, gastritis or gastric ulcer, acro-osteolysis, neurovegetative syndrome, hypertrophic gastropathy and cutis verticis gyrate.
The depressive disorders comprise a heterogeneous group of illnesses that are characterized by differing degrees of sad mood and associated cognitive, neurovegetative, and psychomotor alterations.
Cawte described vital depression as a loss of vitality, neurovegetative symptoms such as decreased sleep, appetite, and sex drive, as well as a decrease in motivation, all of which could be misinterpreted in a diagnosis of BPD.