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

Abnormal brain activity – not yet epilepsy

Almost a century and a half ago, in May 1873, Hans Berger, the discoverer of the alpha rhythm of the human brain and the creator of the electroencephalography method, was born in Germany. It should be noted that the very fact of the generation of an electric current by the brain was discovered by the Englishman…
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Hercules’ disease: epilepsy

Epilepsy in ancient times was known as Hercules’ disease – it was believed that the famous hero of ancient Greek mythology was ill with it. In addition, according to historical records, epilepsy was accompanied by such famous historical figures as Socrates, Julius Caesar, Alexander the Great and Napoleon Bonaparte. Falling disease, or epilepsy One of the…
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Personality changes in patients with epilepsy

They are caused by the duration of the course of the disease, when the patient suddenly has such traits and features in his character that he had never had before. This is the so-called epileptic character. Thought processes also change in a very peculiar way, which ultimately leads to the formation of epileptic dementia. The whole circle…
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How to cure epilepsy?

Often, disillusioned with doctors, the patient goes to various “grandmothers” and traditional healers, but almost always – this is wasted time and money. And then the use of “folk” remedies, massage and water procedures are more likely to harm health, often leading to the death of the patient. The main thing is to come to an appointment…
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How an alcoholic suffers – 5 suffering organs

Alas, drinking alcohol does not go unpunished for a person. Good health and alcohol dependence are not compatible things. So what organs in humans are affected primarily by alcohol? Liver It is the liver that bears the brunt of alcohol intake. Drinking people almost all suffer from fatty liver. Fatty degeneration, one might say, is the first stage…
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Epilepsy. What it is?

A chronic neuralgic disease that involves sudden body cramps is called epilepsy. These seizures are associated with discharges in the brain. Epilepsy can be hereditary as well as acquired.  Symptoms and Causes A seizure is the main symptom of epilepsy. It comes on quite suddenly, regardless of external stimuli. But before such a seizure, a person may feel sleep…
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What is epilepsy?

Epilepsy is a chronic, long-term ongoing disease caused by various lesions of the central nervous system and manifests itself in paroxysmal states, and subsequently characteristic personality changes. In the most unfavorable course, the disease leads to the so-called epileptic dementia. The disease has been known since ancient times. In the literature there are more than 30 different…
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Gabapentin is a modern antiepileptic drug

Epilepsy is a chronic neurological disease in which seizures suddenly develop in the human body. An excessive increase in some discharges in the neurons of the brain leads to the development of an attack. Attacks are usually typical, occurring in similar situations. In some cases, the attack turns into a severe mood disorder, epileptic psychosis, falling into a…
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Proper nutrition and lifestyle for epilepsy

A person who has been diagnosed with epilepsy needs to pay attention to their diet. Take your time, start a notebook and keep track of which product does not suit you. Food should be your medicine, not so that you eat everything and then look for the medicine and swallow it. For a sick person, warm food…
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Epilepsy: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Epilepsy (epilepsy) is one of the most common chronic neurological diseases that gradually progresses, manifesting itself in the form of seizures. The disease is transmitted in two ways: • by inheritance (predisposition); • appears as a complication after another previous illness (for example, tuberculosis). How does the disease manifest The manifestations of the disease are…
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