Epileptic Seizures

An uncontrolled electrical waves in brain  is a chronic disorder or a neurological disorder the hallmark of which is recurrent, unprovoked seizures. An individual analysed with epilepsy often have the chance of two unmerited seizures (or one unprovoked seizure with the likelihood of more) that were not caused by some known and reversible therapeutic condition like liquor withdrawal or extremely low blood sugar.

The seizures in epilepsy may be related to a brain damage or a family propensity, but regularly the cause is totally obscure. Many individuals with epilepsy have more than one sort of seizure and may have other side effects of neurological issues as well. Some of the time EEG (electroencephalogram) testing, clinical history, family history, and viewpoint are comparable among a gather of individuals with epilepsy. About 6 out of 10 people diagnosed with epilepsy can become seizure free within a few years with proper treatment. Many of these people will never have any more seizures. For the rest of the people, some will have occasional breakthrough seizures or side effects of medicines and others will have uncontrolled seizures. 

  • Lennox-gastaut syndrome
  • Cerebrovascular diseases including stroke
  • Dravet syndrome also known asmyoclonic epilepsy of infancy (SMEI)
  • Neuronal circuits of Brain in Epilepsy
  • Epilepsy and heart disease
  • Epilepsy and diabetes
  • Harmonal changes
  • Neuronal destruction
  • Brain tumor
  • Stroke
  • Psychogenic seizures
  • Refractory epilepsy

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