Monday, May 17, 2021

Seizure on Animals - Parkinson’s Diseases 25

Fig- 01- Geese and ducks

We might know that many animals get seizure, whether pets or wild animals, some of them:

- cat
- dog
- mouse
- bird
- geese

Several months ago, few mainstream medias (Newsweek, MSN and the gazette) reported about 100 geese dead or fall in sick in Coralville, Iowa.

Prior to dead or sick, the geese have symptoms:

- seizures
- difficult to fly
- spin underneath of icy water

CEO of Iowa Bird Rehabilitation (IBR) as reported by KCRG-TV9, said that these symptoms might relate to “neurological problems.”


Fig 02- Geese are swimming on the lake

Since it relates to “neurological problem,” geese seizure might be “Parkinson’s diseases.”

Indeed, animal such as dogs may develop Parkinson’s diseases like human. Loss or disturbing of dopamine neurotransmitters would affect on nerve cells.


Fig 03- A duck at a nearby lake

Then, animals will face difficulty with:

- balance
- movement

Have you seen animals got problems with balance and movements, and even tremors?


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23 comments:

  1. ...nature is a complex and interconnected thing.

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  2. I haven’t seen the symptoms n animals. Fascinating though.

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    1. I see...

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      Seizure on Animals - Parkinson’s Diseases 25
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      Fig- 01- Geese and ducks

      We might know that many animals get seizure, whether pets or wild animals, some of them:
      - cat
      - dog
      - mouse
      - bird
      - geese

      Several months ago, few mainstream medias (Newsweek, MSN and the gazette) reported about 100 geese dead or fall in sick in Coralville, Iowa.

      Prior to dead or sick, the geese have symptoms:
      - seizures
      - difficult to fly
      - spin underneath of icy water

      CEO of Iowa Bird Rehabilitation (IBR) as reported by KCRG-TV9, said that these symptoms might relate to “neurological problems.”

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  3. I wonder what cause seizure in animals...

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  4. We learn something new every day.....

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  5. Non je n'ai jamais vu ça. J'aime bien la photo des oies.
    Bonne journée

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      Seizure on Animals - Parkinson’s Diseases 25
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      Fig 02- Geese are swimming on the lake

      Since it relates to “neurological problem,” geese seizure might be “Parkinson’s diseases.”

      Indeed, animal such as dogs may develop Parkinson’s diseases like human. Loss or disturbing of dopamine neurotransmitters would affect on nerve cells.

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  6. My dog used to get seizures. It was strange to watch. It felt to me it lasted so long yet it might be only a few minutes. They started out once a year but grew more over the years. But still were very few.

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  7. Very interesting and scary subject. It is hard for me to standby and watch.

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  8. I've never seen animals have seizures. Thanks for sharing this info.

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      Seizure on Animals - Parkinson’s Diseases 25
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      Fig 03- A duck at a nearby lake

      Then, animals will face difficulty with:

      - balance
      - movement

      Have you seen animals got problems with balance and movements, and even tremors?

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      - Health and Dynamic Life: Can Virus Cause Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 24

      - Health and Dynamic Life: Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1

      - Health and Dynamic Life: How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2

      - Health and Dynamic Life: Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5

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  9. Tanza, When I first got out of college, I worked with children who had mental and physical disabilities. Seizure were common but they were unrelated to Parkinson's disease. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  10. Lovely nature photos and informative post ~ sad to hear, though.

    Living moment by moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  11. Unfortunately, even animals have human diseases.

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      Seizure on Animals - Parkinson’s Diseases 25
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      Fig- 01- Geese and ducks

      We might know that many animals get seizure, whether pets or wild animals, some of them:
      - cat
      - dog
      - mouse
      - bird
      - geese

      Several months ago, few mainstream medias (Newsweek, MSN and the gazette) reported about 100 geese dead or fall in sick in Coralville, Iowa.

      Prior to dead or sick, the geese have symptoms:
      - seizures
      - difficult to fly
      - spin underneath of icy water

      CEO of Iowa Bird Rehabilitation (IBR) as reported by KCRG-TV9, said that these symptoms might relate to “neurological problems.”

      Delete
  12. Very interesting infotmations. Have a nice day.

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  13. In Interesting Article Out Of The UK Released Information About Beets And Bacteria In The Mouth Reducing Alzheimer And Parkinson - There Is Hope In Our Vegetables

    Cheers

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    1. great news...


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      Fig 02- Geese are swimming on the lake

      Since it relates to “neurological problem,” geese seizure might be “Parkinson’s diseases.”

      Indeed, animal such as dogs may develop Parkinson’s diseases like human. Loss or disturbing of dopamine neurotransmitters would affect on nerve cells.

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  14. Poor geese, even birds cannot escape the stress of living.

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  15. Very very interesting information! I have not seen any animal with disease of seizure - parkinson. Healthy - Life is miracle.

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  16. I never think about undomesticated animals getting seizures. So sad!

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    1. it is true...


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      Seizure on Animals - Parkinson’s Diseases 25
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      Fig 03- A duck at a nearby lake

      Then, animals will face difficulty with:

      - balance
      - movement

      Have you seen animals got problems with balance and movements, and even tremors?

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      - Health and Dynamic Life: Can Virus Cause Parkinson’s? - Parkinson’s Diseases 24

      - Health and Dynamic Life: Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1

      - Health and Dynamic Life: How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2

      - Health and Dynamic Life: Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5

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