Epilepsy: Meaning, Causes, Symptoms and Prevention

By Ravish kumar - March 28, 2018

Epilepsy: Meaning, Causes, Symptoms and Prevention

What is epilepsy?

Epilepsy is a kind of neurological disorder, in which the unusual waves of the patient begin to develop. It is just like the fast running in the wrong direction between the two stars in the short circuit. In this the patient feels shocked, he falls on the ground, teeth become fractured and he becomes unconscious for some time. There can be epilepsy from one day of age to a hundred years of old age. According to the WHO, 5 million people are suffering from epilepsy all over the world.

The factors contributing to the rise of Epilepsy
  • Very stress
  • Miss the drug
  • Sleep less
  • Changes in hormones
  • Drink lots of wine
  • Fall of blood sugar
  • Decrease of blood pressure
  • To come in very bright light
Symptoms of Epilepsy

  • Darkening the front of the eyes
  • Body strutting
  • Toothache
  • Foam from the mouth
  • Suddenly fall
  • To pass away
  • Eyes pulling up the eyelids
  • Persistent walking or shock
  • Lip or tongue cut

Reasons of epilepsy

Genetic: There is no disturbance in jeans, brain nerves are not doing well.
Infection: When the baby is jaundiced at birth, or any other infection, the brain does not get full oxygen.

Serious injuries on the head: Boxing etc or any kind of injury has hurt the head.

Stroke or brain tumor: There is a problem of brain stroke or tumor.

Injuries in the womb: If the child has been hurt in the womb of his mother.

Being Autism: Due to autism, epilepsy visits are possible in children.

Increasing age: If the brain is dull after aging

Tapeworm in the brain: Neurocytisarcosis (NCC) i.e. the tapevarm (worm) has gone in the brain.

Brain TB: If the brain has TB

Calcium and sodium deficiency can be a result of younger children.

Note: To avoid NCC, wash and eat fruits and vegetables well. Keep the vegetables soaked in lukewarm water for 15 minutes. Do not eat raw salad.

The Types of Epilepsy

Roughly this disease can be divided into 3-4 categories:

Generalized Epilepsy: If the whole spreads in the brain and the patient becomes unconscious. This is common to all.

Partial (focal) Epilepsy: It starts from a part of the current body and lives in the same part. For example, in the eye, there may be on the memory.

Absence Seizures: The patient does not do any action in this. The buffoon is seated. The hand starts shaking or moving the mouth but does not talk.

Complex Partial Seizures: Some of its symptoms are similar to that of Absence Caesar.

Test and cure for Epilepsy

The person who has occasional visits (in a couple of years), can get a normal life if he gets the right treatment and the medicine, but if he gets repeated visits (week or even daily) then his mind and Emotions can have an impact. However, the number of such patients does not exceed 10 percent. Some types of epilepsy recover after a few years of medication, while some have to eat whole life medicine. If someone has visited for the first time then the fear of falling again is up to 50 per cent, and if the second time the tour is due, then the fear is 75 per cent. If someone has had a stroke then do not wait for a second time to visit, take the first time to the doctor.

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