Sunday, February 10, 2019

Essay --

How Seizures affect Brain ActivityA rapture is a short occurrence of symptoms that is caused by a burst of deviant galvanic activity in the brain. Customarily, a ecstasy lasts from a a couple of(prenominal) seconds to a few minutes. There are different types of seizures not near one. Depending on which part and how much of the brain is affected by the electrical disturbance will determine which type of seizure will occur. Experts destine seizures into five generalized seizures, these include fond(p) seizures, epileptic/non-epileptic seizures, status epilepticus, gelastic seizures and dacrystic seizures. overtone seizures occur when a strong surge of electrical activity affects unless a specific area of one cerebral hemisphere. This kind of seizure is subdivided into 2 categories Simple partial derivative Seizures and Complex Seizures. In a simple-minded partial seizure, the effected person will still be informed and his/her awareness will be retained. In a Complex fond( p) Seizure however, the subjects consciousness is impaired and in some cases maybe thus far lost. Even though Partial Seizures are mild, they may progress to a much more severe seizure. More people suffer from partial seizures than any other kind. Literally any kind of sensational, movement or emotional action can be altered, including intricate optical hallucinations. typically in a Simple Partial Seizure, the episode of sudden jerking, sensory phenomena, and transient lethargy would only last half to a full minute. In a Complex Partial, the episode may last up to two full minutes and no less than one. Also in a Complex Partial, the affected may be unaware of setting (surrounding environment), amnesia and confusion may occur and may begin to wander about. Although Partial Seizures affect different emoti... ...y medication used to treat people with epilepsy. unrivaled of the studies I went over portrayed that over 10% of patients attending clinics for Epilepsy dislodge themsel ves having suicidal thoughts within the first two weeks. Mild-to-threatening behavior, loss in cognitive skills, amnesia, loss of control, felling fatigued, depression, anxiety, and irrevocably suicidal thoughts are (but not limited to) the affects of Epilepsy on the brain. I personally do not know anyone that suffers from Epilepsy and I am truly grateful for that because after doing all this research I had a life changing epiphany. There is an abundance of people who do not deserve to suffer from epilepsy and there is not ever enough aid going on for them. I will definitely be sightedness how I can help our fellow brothers and sisters and be a professedly benefactor for the all, for is this not the ultimate goal?

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