Month: March 2022

Blog articles can help you overcome panic attacks, anxiety, hypochondria, social phobia and other anxiety conditions.

Diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy

Epilepsy is a chronic brain disease characterized by uncontrolled seizures. They arise as a result of a pathologically enhanced impulse in the cerebral cortex. The disease is characterized by an undulating course – after an attack, a period of remission begins. Clinical manifestations of the disease depend on the localization of the focus, the severity…
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Causes of development and provoking factors of epilepsy

Epilepsy is a serious chronic disease characterized by uncontrolled spontaneous seizures of various types. The disease may be congenital or acquired. The first epileptic seizures can occur at any age, their development is due to many reasons: from genetic predisposition to previous neuroinfections and traumatic brain injuries. Certain provoking factors are known, the presence of…
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How to provide first aid for epilepsy

Epilepsy (falling illness) is a fairly common pathology of the nervous system, the main manifestation of which is an epileptic seizure. An epileptic attack is quite frightening, characterized by loss of consciousness, onset of convulsions and, in some isolated cases, foaming at the mouth. Sometimes it can take on a reddish tint. To provide first…
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Epilepsy classification

Epilepsy is a severe chronic disease characterized by recurrent, spontaneous seizures. The disease can be traumatic in nature (occurs as a result of injuries) or diencephalic (appears as a result of damage to the diencephalic structure of the brain). In modern neurology, there are a large number of qualifications of epilepsy, which are based on…
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Non-terrible epilepsy. What do you need to know?

Epilepsy is one of the most common diseases of the nervous system. Therefore, faced with an illness, patients ask themselves the question – is it possible to recover from epilepsy forever? Unfortunately, this disease is incurable. But up to 65% of patients can live with little to no seizures or other clinical symptoms, provided they…
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