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M. S. Umashankar*, K. S. Lakshmi, A. Bharath Kumar and A. Porselvi


Epilepsy is one of the chronic disorder of brain affecting world wide. It describes continous seizures with brief episodes and spreads entire body, causes loss of vital organ functions and alters the brain functions and causes repeated seizures. The prolong rapid electrical discharges occurs in the brain cells and distributed across the lobes, causes severe contraction and relaxation of skeletal muscles few or more per a day. The release of various inflamatory cells is responsible for several electrical discharges in the brain. The seizure events originates frontal lobe followed by altered consciousness, motor activites and produces cognitive,mood disorders. The elimination of seizures depends on marking the gamma aminobutyric acid and glutamate receptors.The human brain weighs about 1,400 grams, appears like a large pinkish gray colour. Brain is surrounded by three protective layers and connected with various lobes. The nervous system is collaborated with neurons and passes the information one another and acts as a decision and communication center. Present scenario individual human population get exposed to developing the disease because of their health care issues and life style factors impacting the quality of life. The diagnosis rely on various neurological examinations and pathological studies. The management of epilepsy depends on anti epileptic medications and non medications approaches. The proper diagnosis and modification of life style factors plays a crucial role in management of epilepsy.

Keywords: Contraction, Relaxation, Hemispheres, Inflamation, Electrical discharges.

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