EPILEPSY TREATMENT HERBAL CURE
Epilepsy is a condition in which a person has recurrent seizures. A seizure is defined as an abnormal, disorderly discharging of the brain's nerve cells, resulting in a temporary disturbance of motor, sensory, or mental function.
There are many types of seizures, depending primarily on what part of the brain is involved. The term epilepsy says nothing about the type of seizure or cause of the seizure, only that the seizures happen again and again. A stricter definition of the term requires that the seizures have no known underlying cause. This may also be called primary or idiopathic epilepsy.
Epilepsy is a disease which defined as paroxysmal and temporary disturbance of brain characterized by loss of consciousness or muscle tic or abnormal sensation, emotion and behavior. In Acupuncture word, this disease is categorized as 'xian zheng'(epilepsy syndrome) and 'dian xian'(epilepsy).
1. Histories of the family, epileptic attack and encephalopathia.
2. Clinical manifestations are vary greatly. There may be grand mal, rolandic mal, infantile spasms and petit mal. Grand mal is characterized by suddenly loss of consciousness, involuntary of muscular contraction with foam in the mouth, which last for 1 to 5 minutes. The patients may then fall into sleep and awake after a few hours. The petit mal is sudden, short loss of awareness without aura and muscle tic, come with interruptions of speech or action which persist for 2 to 10 seconds. The patients often normally comes to consciousness quickly.
1. Epilepsy Induced by Fear
Main symptoms are sudden panic, confusion and loss of self-control, frighten and may be alarm and restlessness, crying with fear during sleep, tendency to remain in the mother's arms, alternative flush and pallow on the face, red tongue with white fur, taut and rapid slippery pulse.
2. Epilepsy due to Accumulation of Phlegm
Main symptoms are convulsion of extremities during a fit od epilepsy, unconsciousness, headache and abdominol pain, come with stridor produced by phlegm in the throat, salivation, yellow face, thick fur of tongue, and slippery and rapid pulse.
3. Epilepsy due to Blood Stasis
Main symptoms are with a history of birth injury or trauma which
characterized as paroxysmal localized headache, occasional vomiting,
paroxysmal convulsion of the whole body or half body or local region upon
attack, dark purple tongue, thread and un smooth pulses and dark purple
superficial venule of the index finger.
Cerebral Palsy Acupuncture & Herbal Medical Treatment