Rethinking Seizure Care Blog

Neural Patterns Could Be Important to Understanding PTSD and Other Disorders

Researchers from the University of California, Irvine were recently the first to identify an “imbalance in the key neural pathway that explains how some people reactivate negative ...

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Topics: PTSD and Seizures

PTSD and TBI Can Cause Epilepsy in Veterans

When a seizure is not caused by epilepsy, it is often psychogenic non-epileptic seizures (PNES). Typically featuring fainting spells, uncontrolled movement and symptoms that are ...

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Topics: PTSD and Seizures, Veterans and Epilepsy/Seizures

Post-Traumatic Epilepsy and the Military

When members of the military return from war zones, they often return with injuries. The types of injuries that they suffer vary greatly from physical trauma to mental trauma. ...

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Topics: PTSD and Seizures, Veterans and Epilepsy/Seizures

A Look at Post-Traumatic Epilepsy Following Severe Head Injury

TBI or traumatic brain injury is something that results from a sudden injury to the head that leads to damage in the brain. It can be open or closed, meaning you take a sharp blow ...

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Topics: PTSD and Seizures