Rethinking Seizure Care Blog

Long Term Effects of Concussions Suffered in Sports

Sports are popular all around the world. Many sports are dangerous and have the potential to cause concussions for those who play. There are dangers at every level from small ...

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A Traumatic Brain Injury Could Lead to Seizures

The process of epileptogenesis tends to be gradual, and it is during this process that the brain develops epilepsy. Still, this process is not entirely understood. Epilepsy is a ...

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Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Epilepsy Development

When someone undergoes a focal traumatic brain injury (TBI), it will induce something called astrogliosis. This is a process that is vital to ensure protection for uninjured areas ...

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Epileptic Seizures and Strobe Lights at Concerts

There are many different types of visual triggers that have potential to cause epileptic seizures. Recently, a young concert-goer at a music festival collapsed and suffered an ...

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Stress Seizures

Stress is a very common trigger for seizures in epileptics. Although, what may be stressful to one person may not be stressful to another, as stress is unique to each person. ...

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Epilepsy and Concussions

Researchers have known that there tends to be a correlation between those who have concussions and epilepsy. However, researchers have recently identified that there is a cellular ...

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Light Sensitivity and Epilepsy

 

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Who Tends to Develop Epilepsy After Discharge?

  There are many patients who develop epilepsy after being in the hospital for another condition or illness, such as strokes and sepsis. When these patients are discharged, there ...

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Progression of EEG Abnormalities After Traumatic Brain Injury Could Lead to Seizures

The process of epileptogenesis tends to be gradual, and it is during this process that the brain develops epilepsy. Still, this process is not entirely understood. Epilepsy is a ...

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The Impact of Multiple Concussions in Asymptomatic Athletes

  While there have been a range of studies performed to find the long-term and cumulative effects that concussive injuries from sports could have on brain activity, most of those ...

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