Nonepileptic Seizures (NES) - Topic Overview
People with nonepileptic seizures (NES) have periods of seizure-like activity. NES are characterized by a loss of or change in physical function without a central nervous system problem. The loss or change causes periods of physical activity or inactivity that resemble epileptic seizures. A person can have both nonepileptic and epileptic seizures. NES are usually related to a mental health ...
Seizures - Preparing For Your Appointment
A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Seizures.
Seizures - Home Treatment
Find out what to do when someone you're with has a seizure.
Seizures - Topic Overview
The brain controls how the body moves by sending out small electrical signals through the nerves to the muscles. Seizures, or convulsions, occur when abnormal signals from the brain change the way the body functions.
An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a test that measures and records the electrical activity of your brain by using sensors (electrodes) attached to your head and connected by wires to a computer.
Seizures - Check Your Symptoms
WebMD provides the symptoms of seizures and a checklist for you to assess yourself.
Phenytoin for Epilepsy
Drug details for Phenytoin for epilepsy.
Epilepsy - Symptoms
Seizures are the only visible symptom of epilepsy. There are different kinds of seizures, and symptoms of each type can affect people differently. Seizures can last from a few seconds to a few minutes.
Ethosuximide for Epilepsy
Drug details for Ethosuximide for epilepsy.
Lamotrigine for Epilepsy
Drug details for Lamotrigine for epilepsy.