Epilepsy also called a seizure disease, also called a seizure disorder. It is also called a hurdle. It is a neurological disorder, in which the activity of the brain becomes abnormal, which reduces the seizures or abnormal behaviors, sensitivities, and sometimes awareness. This disease can develop in somebody. Epilepsy, men, and women, can affect everyone. Mergers can affect people of any background and age.
The symptoms of epilepsy can be very extensive. When an epileptic shock comes, some people who suffer from it stare at just a few seconds for a few seconds, while some people rotate their hands or feet again and again. However, it is not at all obvious that you have epilepsy. It is usually necessary to have a tour at least twice, only then can it be diagnosed.
In most people with treatment with medicines or sometimes with surgery epilepsy, the tour can be controlled. Some people require lifelong treatment to control the tour. Some children suffering from epilepsy may increase the condition with age.
Types of epilepsy
On the basis of visits, epilepsy is of 3 types, depending on the different parts of the brain.
1: Partial Tour - In this type of tour the patient either understands or lacks consciousness.
2: Normalized Visits - This tour comes when there is epilepsy activity in both parts of the brain, in the event of an increase in the person, the person loses his consciousness.
3: Secondary Normalized Visits - These visits occur when epilepsy activity starts as partial trips, but later it spreads to both parts of the brain. There is a lack of consciousness as the tour progresses.
Symptoms of epilepsy
Epilepsy is caused by unusual activity in the brain, seizures can affect any process of your brain. What are the signs and symptoms of the tour?
Changes in taste, smell, sight, hearing or touch senses
Temporary Confusion Status
Stick for a few seconds.
Shaking legs and hands, which are out of control.
Lack of understanding
Mental symptoms, such as fear and anxiety
The symptoms of epilepsy depend on the tour. In most cases, the person with epilepsy gets the same type of visits every time, so the symptoms are similar in every visit.
Causes of epilepsy
The jetic effect is a major cause. If someone has been suffering from this disorder in the family, then this disease can propagate over generations.
In an accident, the head injury can also cause epilepsy.
Damage reached as a brain tumor or stroke can also cause epilepsy.
Infectious diseases, such as meningitis, viral, AIDS, etc. are the major causes of epilepsy.
Before birth (when the child is in the womb) the head injury may also become the major cause of epilepsy.
Save from epilepsy
Taking seat belts and biking helmets while cycling can help prevent damage in many cases of epilepsy by adopting measures to keep the children well in the car seat and removing head injuries and other trauma measures.
During pregnancy, brain damage can be prevented in children developing with pre-birth care, including the treatment of hypertension and infection, which can later cause epilepsy and other neurological problems.
Heart disease, high blood pressure, infections and other disorders that can affect the brain in maturation and old age can be prevented by treating many cases of epilepsy. In the end, identifying the genes of many neurological disorders can give genetic screening and early birth diagnosis opportunities, which can eventually prevent many cases of epilepsy.
Deal with your stress, anxiety or other emotional issues.
The process of excessive intake of alcohol or drug or alcohol and drugs.
Changes in sleep schedules or sufficient and good sleep.