Neurology

The central nervous system is a huge multi-level center for managing the human body. Our brain is a supercomputer and it is not surprising that such a complex living system is at the same time very vulnerable.
Infectious lesions of the nervous system are one of the most common forms of neurological pathology, accounting for at least 42% of all diseases in this area. In the etiology of many multifactorial central nervous system diseases, the probable significance of viruses is noted.
Regulatory peptides RJP-1 and defensin-1, which are part of the drug Arecur, can increase the productivity of anti-infective immunity, and also have proven antiviral activity. It is also extremely necessary to support the immune system under the conditions of the development of chronic fatigue syndrome or asthenic state due to stress, heart attack, stroke or craniocerebral injury.