Pune (Maharashtra) [India], January 20 (ANI/PNN):We live in a digital world, and there is access to any kind of information at your fingertips, courtesy of the internet. In India, more than 7 million people are affected by dementia, over 12 million from epilepsy, 231 million from migraine, 384 million are affected by tension headaches, and more than 4.5 million from depression. For all these people, it is a major challenge to dive through an ocean of information to find authentic and relevant answers for one's mental health.
Living a good quality of life through adequate mental healthcare and wellness support is a crucial need for all Indians today. With one of the world's largest youth populations, the country has an incredible demographic divide which can be fully used when support for mental health challenges and neurological disorders is easily accessible.
"Diseases such as Dementia and Parkinson's are too often stigmatized as just 'symptoms of old age'" highlighted Juergen Scheele, Chief Medical Officer atPatients spend a significant amount of precious time searching online and offline for tailored information about their specific needs, time that could be spent on things they enjoy doing or enhance their health. Simply by using a set of questions that patients or their loved-ones answer on sign-up, NEURIA ensures only results relevant to the patient's disease profile are shown.
"We're committed to changing what it means to be diagnosed with a neurological disease - and this means giving patients and their carers the tools they need to get the best treatment journey possible", underscored Dr Gunjan Bhardwaj, CEO and Founder ofThe NEURIA app is available for download now in India onThe app has been already available in Italy and Germany, and now it has been launched in India.
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