Editorial - (2021) Volume 11, Issue 3
Paroxysmal Disorders of Consciousness
Paroxysmal diseases are illnesses that strike without warning. Intermittent room spinning dizziness, intermittent swaying sensations, crashes, and seizures are examples of this. These can be unpredictable, resulting in falls and injuries. Non-epileptic seizures (NES), also called non-epileptic events, are paroxysmal events that mimic epileptic seizures but do not include irregular, rhythmic neuronal discharges. Shaking, lack of consciousness, and loss of bladder control are also potential symptoms. Pseudoseizures, also known as Treating the underlying psychological cause of seizures will also help to minimise or avoid seizures.