Epilepsy - Neurology

Epilepsy Treatment Abroad

Epilepsy Treatment Abroad

Epilepsy is a common central nervous system (neurological) disorder that affects the normal brain activity. It seizures or periods unusual behavior and sensations in the patient. It may sometimes cause loss of awareness.

Epilepsy can develop in anybody. It may affect both males and females irrespective of races, ethnic backgrounds and ages.

Symptoms of seizure can vary widely in one person to another. People suffering from epilepsy sometimes stare blankly for a few seconds during a seizure. At the same time, some patients repeatedly twitch their arms or legs. You should not confuse a single seizure with epilepsy. A minimum of two unprovoked seizures confirm epilepsy during diagnosis.

Epilepsy can be treated with medications or surgery that control seizures for most people suffering from epilepsy. However, it requires lifelong treatment to control seizures for some people. Epilepsy in children may outgrow the condition as they grow.

Symptoms of epilepsy:

  • Temporary confusion
  • Uncontrollable jerking limb movements
  • Staring spell
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Disconnection of awareness
  • Unnecessary fear
  • Anxiety attacks
  • Frequent deja vu
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