What is epilepsy?
Epilepsy is a type of disorder that is urged by recurrent seizures. Medications and medications are prescribed to control seizures, if medications fail, surgery is considered a last resort. There is a sudden flow of electrical activity inside the brain during a seizure. This can cause disturbances in brain cells. A person’s brain can become ‘mixed’ or ‘stalled’ during a seizure. Different types of seizures occur and each seizure depends on the patient’s functioning brain.
Causes of epilepsy:
Genetic effects – Some types of epilepsy that have been going on for generations are categorized by felt seizures or by the affected part of the brain. In these cases, it is likely that it is a genetic effect.
Head injury – A head injury in a car accident or due to some other event can cause epilepsy.
Brain condition – The state of the brain, which causes damage to him in the form of a brain tumor or stroke, can cause epilepsy. Stroke is a major cause of epilepsy in adults older than 35 years of age. (Read more – How does a brain tumor occur)
Infectious diseases – Infectious diseases, such as meningitis, AIDS, and viral encephalitis, can cause epilepsy.
Prenatal injury – Children before birth are susceptible to brain injury, which can occur due to a number of reasons, such as a mother’s infection, poor nutrition, or lack of oxygen. This brain damage can result in epilepsy or cerebral palsy.
Developmental disorders – Epilepsy can sometimes be associated with developmental disorders, such as autism and neurofibromatosis.
Symptoms of epilepsy:
The children stare and look at the same place for a long time.
Being unconscious and unconscious
Movement of the body completely.
Fissure in the body.
Fear and anxiety.
The smell of something that does not really exist.
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