Epilepsy

Epilepsy is a very common Neurodegenerative disorder that affects the brain. When someone having epilepsy, it means they must have an affinity to epileptic seizures. There are different types of seizure. What happens to someone having seizure for a long time depends on which portion of their brain is affected? During some types of seizure the person may remain attentive and conscious about what’s going on around them, and with other types they may lose consciousness. They may have uncommon sensations, feelings or movements. Or they may go inflexible, fall to the floor and jerk. The main treatment for epilepsy is epileptic   medicines. These are called anti-epileptic drugs or AEDs. The medicine may doesn’t cure epilepsy, but supports to stop or decrease the number of seizures.

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