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Other ways of treating epilepsy Epilepsy Action

6/15/2014
01:43 | Author: Molly Young

Alternative medicine epilepsy
Other ways of treating epilepsy Epilepsy Action

Most people with epilepsy take epilepsy medicine, which can be very effective in reducing or stopping seizures. But if it does not work well for you, there are.

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You and your doctor will need to weigh up the benefits and risks of having brain surgery. You will also have to have tried a few different epilepsy medicines, but still be having seizures. A small number of people with epilepsy can have brain surgery to try and stop their seizures.

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Alternative Treatments for Intractable Epilepsy

4/14/2014
01:46 | Author: Chloe Allen

Alternative medicine epilepsy
Alternative Treatments for Intractable Epilepsy

Usually, epilepsy can be well treated with medications, surgery, or both. Most of these patients are effectively managed with the traditional medical or surgical.

Only three patients were free of seizures (Engel Class I). Two patients developed asymptomatic perioperative edema seen on diagnostic imaging, and no patients developed new deficits. The results 6 months after radiosurgery were disappointing, however. 1). The duration of seizures before radiosurgery ranged from 1 to 25 years, and all 23 patients had failed multiple medical treatments. Whang and Kwon27 reported the long-term follow-up (longer than 1 year) of 23 patients with focal lesions causing partial seizures—mostly partial complex seizures with secondary generalization.

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Can alternative medicine ease epilepsy? Daily Mail Online

12/23/2014
07:31 | Author: Nicholas Clark

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Can alternative medicine ease epilepsy? Daily Mail Online

Even when it does, the side effects of the medication can be persistent and troublesome. Not unusually, though, epilepsy does seem to respond to a natural.

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A suitable supplement which has been specifically formulated to help with blood sugar stability is Glucoguard. In some individuals it appears that fitting is more likely if the blood sugar level gets too low (hypoglycaemia). The normal adult dose is one capsule, twice a day. This can be obtained by mail order on 0121 433 8729. Also, certain nutrient supplements can help stabilise blood sugar levels including chromium, magnesium and vitamin B3.

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Alternative Epilepsy Treatments - Coping With Epilepsy

10/22/2014
05:12 | Author: Chloe Allen

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Alternative Epilepsy Treatments - Coping With Epilepsy

Chart of alternative epilepsy treatments with links to studies on efficacy, side effects I tried to mainly list epilepsy treatments where medical/clinical studies have.

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You should research any epilepsy treatments you are considering thoroughly and discuss them with your doctor before trying them. I tried to mainly list epilepsy treatments where medical/clinical studies have been published.

Legend When scoring the chart, larger numbers are more desirable/better. The columns (and scoring) for the chart mean:.

You can click on the name of a given treatment for more details on its scoring. Comments on the chart? Please post them in this forum discussion.

This chart of non-prescription drug epilepsy treatment options lists treatments for which I could find evidence supporting some success in controlling seizures. So what can you do if you have tried every AED cocktail under the sun without success? Well, there are some options.

There is a description below the chart explaining what the columns mean and how the scoring works. You can click the links for each treatment on the chart for more information.

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