Diabetics who lose nerve
function and in many cases are unaware of pain or poor circulation in their limbs
"There's a lot of debate about this but it's thought patients may start to lose nerve
cells in the brain anywhere between five and 20 years before symptoms appear," says Claire Bale, research communications manager with the charity Parkinson's UK.
The brain can lose nerve
cells and weight, and communication between brain cells can slow down.
You may lose nerve
connections and form new ones as your brain responds to new knowledge, but most regions of your brain maintain about the same number of neurons all through your life.
"This causes them to lose nerve
and muscle function, including the ability to stand," Horst says.
This is no time for anyone to lose nerve
or to feel aggrieved about perceived wrongs against them, this could be Celtic's moment provided they are bold enough and focused enough.
He never broke, of course, but neither did he lose nerve
Some breeders already use genetic testing to avoid mating dogs that will spawn puppies with congenital diseases, for example, Labrador retrievers with two mutations in a gene called dynamin-1 suffer from a condition where intense activity causes them to lose nerve
control of their hind limbs.
Although Waqar agreed that Pakistan had flopped miserably against New Zealand on Tuesday, and that they were also below par against Canada in a 46-run win last week, he made it clear that there was no need to lose nerves
, as the team had enough time to resurrect itself.