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Treatment Epilepsy Society

9/21/2014
05:12 | Author: Chloe Allen

Epileptic treatment
Treatment Epilepsy Society

Up to 70% of people could have their epilepsy controlled with medication (anti-epileptic drugs). For some people whose epilepsy does not respond to.

Up to 70% of people could have their epilepsy controlled with medication (anti-epileptic drugs). For some people whose epilepsy does not respond to anti-epileptic drugs, there may be other possible treatment options.

Brain surgery or neurosurgery is one way of treating epilepsy. Certain criteria have to be met and tests have to be done to assess suitability.

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Contact details for some of the clinics or assessment centres that provide specialist services for children with epilepsy.

Information on Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) therapy, which is a type of treatment for epilepsy.

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Anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) are a treatment for epilepsy. Up to 70% of people could have their epilepsy controlled with AEDs.

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Contact details for some of the clinics or assessment centres that provide specialist services for adults with epilepsy.

Everyone with epilepsy is entitled to a structured review of their condition at least once a year.

The ketogenic diet is one treatment option for children with epilepsy whose seizures are not controlled with AEDs. The diet may help to reduce the number or severity of seizures and can often have positive effects on behaviour.

The Epilepsy charter explains the rights and services that a person with epilepsy can expect.

Information about deep brain stimulation therapy.

Epilepsy Society is the working name of The National Society for Epilepsy, registered charity number 206186.

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NEAD Is there any treatment for non-epileptic attacks?

7/20/2014
03:16 | Author: Allison King

Epileptic treatment
NEAD Is there any treatment for non-epileptic attacks?

Many treatments for non-epileptic attacks have been described in the past. In the 19th century doctors tried physical treatments such as this device designed to.

In this section we provide you information about:

The goal of treatment for NEAD is not only to reduce or stop attacks but also to increase your quality of life and ability to cope with your attacks. However, in some cases non-epileptic attacks become a disabling long-term problem. People with NEAD can recover fully and lead a normal life.

In the 19th century doctors tried physical treatments such as this device designed to put pressure on the ovaries. Many treatments for non-epileptic attacks have been described in the past. It has become clear since that talking treatments are more effective for NEAD.

See What can help? for ideas of treatments for non-epileptic attacks.

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Epilepsy Research and Treatment An Open Access Journal

5/19/2014
01:24 | Author: Chloe Allen

Epileptic treatment
Epilepsy Research and Treatment An Open Access Journal

Epilepsy Research and Treatment is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, and clinical studies related.

Epilepsy Research and Treatment.

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Holistic Treatments for Epilepsy in Dogs The Bark

3/18/2014
01:12 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Epileptic treatment
Holistic Treatments for Epilepsy in Dogs The Bark

Question: My dog was just diagnosed with epilepsy. Are there holistic treatments that will prevent seizures while avoiding the use of harsh medications like.

Make sure your pet’s chiropractor is a certified veterinary chiropractor with experience in canine epilepsy. Chiropractic Care: Regular chiropractic adjustments are especially effective in treating cases of epilepsy that follow head injuries or physical trauma, as well as chronic, recurrent ear infections that seem to trigger seizures.

Western Herbs: Many over-the-counter Western herbs, in both capsule and tincture form—including chamomile, milk thistle, skullcap, valerian, oat straw and ginkgo biloba—are used to treat seizures.

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Marijuana stops child39s severe seizures

1/17/2014
03:20 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Epileptic treatment
Marijuana stops child39s severe seizures

Paige took her daughter to Chicago to see a Dravet specialist, who put the child on a ketogenic diet frequently used to treat epilepsy that's high.

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"I remember to this day it was a relief," Paige said. "Even though it was the worst-case scenario, I felt relief just to know.".

There are eight medical conditions for which patients can use cannabis -- cancer, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, muscle spasms, seizures, severe pain, severe nausea and cachexia or dramatic weight loss and muscle atrophy.

The marijuana strain Charlotte and now 41 other patients use to ease painful symptoms of diseases such as epilepsy and cancer has been named after the little girl who is getting her life back one day at a time.

These six brothers were crossbreeding a strain of marijuana also high in CBD and low in THC, but they didn't know what to do with it.

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