About this Research Topic
Each system in our body is valuable for the unique function it carries out. The nervous system, for example, is easily the most complex system in the human species, which is sophistically made up of neurons, synapses and various important specialized cells for appropriate signaling of neuro- transmission. The overall role of CNS is to control whole body functions in a systematic mechanism. Any abnormalities in any part of neuro-mechanism result in physiological to psychological disorder/behaviors. Therefore, researchers and medical health care staff are driven to improve physical health as well as state of psychological health in term of close connection with the nervous and immune system. The purpose of this Research Topic of Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience is to shed light on the latest outstanding discoveries pertained in wide spectrum of aging neuroscience by covering different aspects of nervous system to dementia in their original research articles, reviews (mini and full length), case study, methods, hypothesis / theory, opinions and letters, commentary, etc.
Keywords: Neuroscientific, research, management, Dementia, Aging, Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems, Inflammation and Immunology, Neurodegenerative Disorders, Psychology, Neuroscience
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