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Gelastic Epilepsy

Gelastic epilepsy is a rare form of epilepsy in which a person experiences ‘gelastic’ seizures. ‘Gelastic’ is a Greek word derived from...

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Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy Treatment

Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy or JME is characterized by the presence of petit mal seizures (also known as absence seizures), grand mal...

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Intractable Epilepsy

When epilepsy is uncontrolled, it shows the continuous manifestation of an intolerable quantity of seizures despite judicious treatment....

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What are Myoclonic Seizures?

Myoclonic Seizures are usually concise, shock-like jerks of the muscle or a group of muscles. Expanding the term, “Myo” means muscle and...

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Grand Mal Seizures and its Long-Term Effects

Grand mal seizures also known as Tonic Clonic Seizures are a type of seizure disorder that affects the entire brain. Any type of seizure...

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Herbal Remedies for Seizures

Whatever type of seizure disorder a person is suffering from, may it be grand mal seizures, petit mal seizures, partial seizure, absence...

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Idiopathic Grand Mal Seizure And Sleep Deprivation

Sleep awakening epilepsy is related with the syndrome of idiopathic grand mal seizures. They mostly occur when a person abruptly loss...

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Partial vs. Generalized Seizures In Children

Tonic clonic seizures formerly known as grand mal seizures can be a result from an abnormal electrical activity in the entire brain, while...

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Alcohol Abuse Can Cause Grand Mal Seizures

If the brain’s normal electrical activity is disrupted, it can cause grand mal seizures or tonic-clonic seizures. During seizures, nerve...

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The Three Phases of Grand Mal Seizures

Grand Mal Seizures also known as Tonic-Clonic Seizures are a type of generalized seizure that affects the whole brain. The Grand Mal...

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