5 common myths about epilepsy


The Epilepsy is a common neurological condition that affects around 1 to 2 percent of the world population. Being a very frequent problem is of medical care and treatment of time, so it is listed as a public health problem.


Myths About Epilepsy
A patient with epilepsy had seizures or attacks repeatedly with varying frequency, due to excessive discharge of neurons.

From that starts, epilepsy has paroxysmal manifestations, i.e. start abruptly, lasting from a few seconds up to two minutes, the person recovers, highlights the neurologist.

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