What is Epilepsy and How to Treat It?

Epilepsy is a disease of the central nervous system when an excitation focus appears in the cerebral cortex and causes convulsive activity. Epilepsy is a chronic disorder of the brain, manifested in people all over the world. The disease is characterized by repeated seizures manifested in the form of short-term involuntary convulsions in any part of the body (partial seizures) or throughout the body (generalized convulsions). What may cause epilepsy? The most common type, characteristic for 6 out of 10 people suffering from this disorder, is idiopathic epilepsy, which has…

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