Seizures ( Anti-Epilepsy)

Treatment can help most people with epilepsy have fewer seizures, or stop having seizures completely.
AEDs are the most commonly used treatment for epilepsy. They help control seizures in around 7 out of 10 of people.
A type of drug that is used to prevent or treat seizures or convulsions by controlling abnormal electrical activity in the brain.
Anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) work by changing the levels of chemicals in your brain. They do not cure epilepsy, but can stop seizures happening.
Epilepsy is the fourth most common neurological disorder in the world. If you have epilepsy, surges of electrical activity in your brain can cause recurring seizures.
To diagnose your condition, your doctor will review your symptoms and medical history. Your doctor may order several tests to diagnose epilepsy and determine the cause of seizures. Test like A neurological exam, Blood tests, Electroencephalogram (EEG), CT scan, MRI ,Neuro tests.
Finally , A seizure is a burst of uncontrolled electrical activity between brain cells (also called neurons or nerve cells) that causes temporary abnormalities in muscle tone or movements (stiffness, twitching or limpness), behaviors, sensations or states of awareness.