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Epilepsy is a serious neurological disorder affecting children as well as adults. The patient experiences episodes of convulsive body movements medically termed as seizures. The seizures are typically described and observed as spasmodic, irregular body movements, affecting various muscle groups of body. It may present with varying intensity and duration, and different groups of muscles in different individuals, at different times.

Typically, epilepsy or seizures occur due to abnormal electrical activity in the brain which is reflected on different groups of muscles.
Epilepsy is a chronic disease having a tendency to relapse periodically and for many years to life time, if not adequately treated.
Signs and symptoms of epilepsy:
The most common symptom or a sign of epilepsy is recurrent seizures or convulsions.

Seizures are involuntary movements, like jerking or thrashing, or experiencing unusual feelings or sensations, which can be associated with loss of consciousness or being unaware of things happening around.

One may experience and describe seizures in various ways, as it is often a subjective experience:

Before appearance of seizure may be hours or days ago, person can notice various changes in his behavior or mood.
The relevant history can be obtained from friend or patient himself.
The patient can also experience aura before the seizure attack, something like “déjà vu” phenomenon in which the patient feels that he has seen this before or lived this before or can smell strange things or see flashes of lights.
After a partial seizure there may be temporary weakness of the affected limb.
After generalized seizure the patient may feel awful with headache, myalgia, confusion, and a sore tongue.
It all happens because he transmission of the electrical activity between the brain cells pauses for a while manifesting as seizures.

Seizures could be of various forms; but for a given patient they tend to be stereotyped.

Generally seizures can also be caused due to decrease in sodium salts from the body, or due to high fever or even due to hypoxia.

The diagnosis could be stigmatizing and has implications for employment, insurance and driving.

Not everything that twitches is epilepsy; but tongue biting is very suggestive of epilepsy
Causes of epilepsy:
There are several possible causes for epilepsy: They may be grouped as:.
Physical causes:
Space occupying lesion
Very raised blood pressure
Tuberous sclerosis
Metabolic causes:

Hypoglycemia (low sugar level)
Hyperglycemia (high sugar level)
Hypoxia low oxygen level)
Hyponatraemia (low sodium level)
Hypernatraemia (high sodium level)
Liver diseases
Alcohol withdrawal

Classification of epilepsy:
The seizures that the patient experiences are of various forms, they are classified as below:

A.Partial epilepsy: In this, the patient may loose consciousness, there may be twitching or jerking of one single part like twitching of finger or fingers, or twitching of facial muscles. It happens because of the pausing of the electrical activity in the brain, which could be in one part, or can move to another part or may stay in one area until the seizure is over.

B.Generalized seizure: Electrical disturbances occurring all over brain at same time are generalized seizures. They are further classified as follows:

a) Petit mal: the conversation is associated with brief pauses e.g.: suddenly stops talking in middle of the sentence, and then carries on where he left off. Usually seen in childhood.

b) Grand mal: has sudden onset, with loss of consciousness, limbs stiffened, and then they jerk and can feel drowsy post seizure.

c) Myoclonic jerk: sudden fall on the ground or giving up of the limb.

d) Atonic: becoming flaccid

e) Akinetic: usually associated with less motility of limbs like in infantile spasms
Diagnosis of epilepsy:
Obtaining authentic history from the patient and the witness
Establishment of the cause
Past medical history or family history
Blood glucose both fasting and post-food
Calcium and phosphorus levels
Imaging: CT scan, and MRI (also MRI angiography) is indicated to evaluate the structural changes in brain
Electroencephalogram (EEG) is suggested for non conclusive status
Treatment of epilepsy:
Homeopathic treatment:
Homeopathy is strongly recommended as supportive line of treatment along with conventional treatment, in most cases.

It may be stated that homeopathy alone may not help all the cases of epilepsy. At the same time, it is worth making a note that many cases of epilepsy which were resistant to the conventional medication, do respond significantly to homeopathy.

In the cases where brain tumor is the cause of epilepsy, homeopathy is not suggested as the line of treatment.
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