Trained Medical Dogs Can Detect Several Health Conditions Before They Take Place
Among Them Are Migraine, Cardiovascular Problems, And Narcolepsy And Extreme Sleep Disorders
Dogs can be very sensitive, not only for their sense of smell to detect drugs or to detect people after an earthquake or a disaster but also as service animals for disabled people, such as guide dogs. Their sense of smell is so strong and precise, that they also can detect if a person has a medical condition. Trained medical dogs can detect cardiovascular problems, drops in blood pressure and even strokes. They can also detect if a migraine is coming. There have been cases in which migraine sufferers have seen a change in behavior prior to an attack. Extreme sleepiness or narcolepsy can also be detected by dogs. These are sudden attacks of sleep which can also include loss of muscle control. There are service support dogs for patients with these conditions that can provide then a warning before an episode. Learn about all the medical conditions that can be detected by trained medical dogs. Additional details click here.