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What Causes Nonepileptic Seizures?

When you have a seizure, it can be a shock to you and your loved ones. If you're not epileptic, the question becomes, why are you dealing with this? Find out more about what causes seizures and what you can do to keep them from happening again.

Sep 9th, 2020
Signs of a Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

It can be terrifying to go through a traumatic brain injury, and sometimes you may not even know that you have on. Here we list the symptoms of a traumatic brain injury that you’ll want to look out for.

Aug 11th, 2020
7 Effective Treatments for Chronic Headaches

Chronic headaches are debilitating, and they can interfere with your busy life. It’s essential to find the right treatments to help you regain your peace of mind. Below are some of the most effective treatments for chronic headaches and migraines.

Jun 12th, 2020
Can a Single Concussion Lead to Lasting Brain Damage?

Experiencing a concussion after a blow to the head can be scary. It can leave you disoriented and confused. These symptoms can last some time, and if it isn’t your first concussion, you’re at risk of experiencing lasting brain damage.

May 26th, 2020
Is it Dizziness or Vertigo? Understanding the Symptoms

You may think vertigo and dizziness are one and the same. These two conditions can often be challenging to tell apart, but there are key factors that distinguish them. Knowing the difference can help us to treat it.

Mar 18th, 2020
Living with Epilepsy

Seizures have been recorded since ancient history. If you’ve had more than one, or if you’ve had them on and off since you were a child, you may be living with epilepsy. Read on to learn more about epilepsy, and how we can help you control it.

Feb 12th, 2020
Can stress cause seizures?

A seizure happens when there is a change in our brain’s levels of excitability that causes chemical imbalances. These imbalances cause neurons to begin firing abnormally. When this happens, it becomes unmanageable and can result in a seizure.

Jan 22nd, 2019