San Francisco, August 01, 2018: The global brain disease market is experiencing an exponential rise in demand. Rapid progression in technological advancement forms the major driving in promoting the growth of the market, reports TMR Research in their report titled, “Brain Disease Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 – 2025” Rising awareness about brain diseases among consumers across the world is pushing the market.
Brain diseases can be referred to any damage caused to brain through health conditions such as trauma, seizures, strokes, and tumors. It has been found that change in sleeping hours could worsen the collapse related with brain diseases like Alzheimer’s disease. . Lack of sleep among middle aged population tend to make them more vulnerable to brain diseases. This is an important factor in driving the global market as there is a steep rise in the growth of middle aged population. Other factors leading the growth of the market are rise in occurrence of neurological disorders and increase in need for brain monitoring devices.
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On the basis of infections, the brain diseases market can be segmented into encephalitis and meningitis. Meningitis is caused by the inflammation of spinal cord and brain membranes. On the basis of trauma, the brain disease can be classified into hemorrhage, traumatic brain injury, and concussion. Concussions affects the brain and makes one lose consciousness.
The global brain disease market is present across Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and the rest of the world. North America accounted for the major market share for the year 2016 due to rise in demand for technologically advanced equipment for treatment and surge in occurrence of neurological diseases. Asia Pacific is expected to become the fasted growing market due to growth in awareness about brain disorders in future. Some of the major companies are AstraZeneca plc, boston Scientic Corporation, F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd., Omeros Corporation and Sapiens Neuro.
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