Prevention of Epilepsy

While numerous cases are not preventable, endeavors to decrease brain damage. All neurostimulation diseases has generally treated with day to day solution once per second seizure has happened, while in those at high hazard, pharmaceutical might be begun after the main seizure. The aim of treatment is ‘optimal therapy’. This means taking the fewest types of AEDs, at the lowest dose in order to get the best seizure control possible with the fewest side effects. If optimal therapy cannot be found with a particular AED there are usually several others that can be tried, alone or in combination. Supporting individuals' self-administration of their condition might be valuable. In sedate safe cases, diverse administration alternatives might be taken a gander at including.

  • Special diet
  • The implantation of a neurostimulator
  • Neurosurgery

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