Hi, Thank you for your question. It appears that high calcium deposits in brain could be due to hormonal imbalance (eg. pseudohypoparathyriodism), high calcium or vitamin D intake and improper healing of fractured bone in brain. This may result into symptoms of severe headache, cognitive impairment, dementia, and depression as well. If you are suffering from continuous symptoms, please arrange an appointment with a neurologist right away who will evaluate the possibilities here and can provide you further treatment. Hope this information proves helpful to you. Take Care & Regards!!!
Do a search on the internet for the late Dr. Hans Selye, an endochronologist who performed extensive sudies on the pathogenesis of calciphylaxis, and linked many aging problems to inappropriate utilization of calcium.
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