Epilepsy

Epilepsy is a disorder of the nervous system that leads to unprovoked seizures or unusual behavior. Epilepsy is the result of abnormal brain activity. Having a seizure doesn’t mean you have epilepsy. You need to have at least two episodes of seizures to be diagnosed with epilepsy. Some people experience epilepsy with involuntary muscle contractions while others with loss of awareness or unusual sensations. Medical or surgical treatment can control or eliminate epileptic seizures. 

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A Co Antrim mum has praised the people who came to her son's aid after he took a seizure on Thursday.Carson Scanlon, who suffers with epilepsy, was …

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A FILM made by an Oxfordshire epilepsy charity has been nominated for an award.Paige is a child who lives with the life limiting neurological …

Gain-of-function mutations in KCNT1, the gene encoding Slack (KNa1.1) channels, result in epilepsy of infancy with migrating focal seizures (EIMFS) …

For about one in ten people with epilepsy, medication does not control their seizures. Kim Westbrook, 29, a hospital medical secretary who lives with …

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West Lothian College has been awarded the Epilepsy Friendly status thanks to efforts from staff.The award from Epilepsy Scotland comes from the hard …

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