Neuromuscular disorders cause issues with the nerves that control the muscles, the muscles themselves, and communication between nerves and muscles. When a condition causes one's neurons to become unhealthy or die, such a breakdown in communication between nerves and voluntary muscles can occur. These diseases can make one's muscles weaken and waste away, and occasionally prompt symptoms like spasms, pain, and twitching. Various causes exist for this class of disease, ranging from genetic predisposition to autoimmune diseases. Most neuromuscular diseases lack a cure, but treatments can mitigate symptoms, improve mobility, and extend life.
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