Epilepsy is a common chronic clinical condition occurs in a central nervous system which is recurrent, unprovoked seizures. An individual suffering from epilepsy may brain activity become abnormal, leading to seizures or periods of unusual behavior, sensations, and sometimes loss of awareness? The epileptic seizure may correlate to brain injury or a family tendency, but often the cause is entirely unknown. Epilepsy can occur to anyone, both male and female of all races, ethnic backgrounds, and ages. However, the symptom of epilepsy varies widely as many individuals having epilepsy merely stare vacantly for a few seconds during a seizure, while others recurrently twitch their arms or legs. If a person one faces single seizure doesn't mean he/she have epilepsy. At least two gratuitous seizures are normally required for an epilepsy diagnosis. Some common symptoms patients may feel includes short-term confusion, a staring spell, uncontainable jerking actions of the arms and legs, loss of awareness or awareness, psychic symptoms such as fear, anxiety. In children epilepsy can be controlled several factors. Particularly infants are at more risk to have head trauma that can cause epilepsy.
Epilepsy can be controlled with the help of medicine and sometimes surgery. In several patients’ epilepsy treatment need lifelong treatment to control seizures, but for others, the seizures ultimately go away. Some children with epilepsy may outgrow the condition with age. Neurontin, Tegretol, Lamictal 50mg Tablets, Trileptal, Topamax, Depakota 500mg Tablets, Sibelium, and Dilantin 100mg Tablets