Solution To Treat Seizures?
Hello, I want to ask you this. I often get convulsions and they say screaming and running, but I don’t realize I do admit why I like it because I used to take drugs, drugs, alcoholic drinks, but I’ve stopped there for 7 years, I stopped, but it’s weird I’ve get treatment but still just like seizures like where I want to recover completely ask for help how is the solution thank you sorry for nervousness
Thank you for the question.
Seizures reflect a disruption in electrical activity in your brain. The most common cause of seizures in adults is epilepsy. Although other than that, seizures can also arise due to other causes, for example lack of sleep, high fever (usually associated with infections, for example meningitis), hyponatremia (lack of sodium), injury or bleeding in the brain, brain tumors, strokes, excessive alcohol consumption, effects in addition to drugs, to drug abuse (such as amphetamine and cocaine).
Judging from the information you have conveyed, it seems that the seizures you are experiencing right now can occur due to various reasons above. It is difficult to distinguish each of these possibilities without direct examination also supporting tests, such as blood tests, lumbar puncture, electroencephalography (EEG), CT scan, MRI, PET scan, and so on.
Often, seizures occur without a clear trigger, especially if they occur due to epilepsy. In conditions like this, obviously the patient's activity can be very disturbed because of it. If your seizures are still recurring even after undergoing medical treatment, you should check your back to a neurologist so that you can follow up properly according to the cause. Not only given drugs, surgery, vagus nerve stimulation, responsive neurostimulation, deep brain stimulation, diet modification, etc. doctors can also do comprehensively depending on the conditions, so that complaints and your quality of life also improves. You too, don't just focus on treating a doctor, do the following trick too so that your seizures are well controlled and not endanger yourself:
Take medication regularly as your doctor advises
Get enough and regular sleep, don't stay up
Eating with discipline, little but often, balanced with adequate drinking
Expand to exercise, do not be too quiet so that your mind is clear, avoid depression or excessive anxiety that often triggers seizures
Live a healthy lifestyle, do not smoke, consume alcohol, especially drugs
Don't do dangerous activities by yourself, like driving, cooking, swimming, and so on
Hope this helps ...