Epilepsy is a neurological disease that results in abnormal electrical activity of the brain. It affects mostly children, adolescents and the elderly to varying degrees.
The causes are in some cases genetic, but in most cases they are not identified. Epilepsy is characterized by a sudden increase in electrical activity in the brain, causing a temporary disruption of communication between neurons.
Usually, they are short-lived. They can occur either in a specific area of the brain or as a whole. These abnormal nerve impulses can be measured during an electroencephalogram (EEG), an examination that can record brain activity.
Unlike what we can think, epileptic seizures are not always accompanied by jerky movements or convulsions. They can indeed be less spectacular.
They are then manifested by unusual sensations (such as olfactory or auditory hallucinations, etc.) with or without loss of consciousness, and by various manifestations, such as a fixed gaze or involuntary repetitive gestures.
seizures must be repeated for epilepsy. Thus, having a single seizure crisis in one’s life does not mean one is epileptic. It takes at least two for a diagnosis of epilepsy to be made.
An epileptic seizure can occur in a number of circumstances: head trauma, meningitis, stroke, drug overdose, withdrawal from a drug, etc.
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- Put the roots in a pot and make a herbal tea from it.
- Drink a large glass morning and evening until you are completely satisfied