Do paralyzed people have seizures?
Someone who is paralysed could also happen to have epilepsy and if they did, then they could have seizures. Seizures come in many forms, not just the stereotypical idea of people shaking. A seizure is caused by an increased amount of electrical activity in the brain. The fact that someone is incapable of moving by themselves will not have any effect on whether there can be a disruption of electrical activity in their brain. So paralysed people can have seizures.
Someone who is paralysed could also happen to have epilepsy and if they did, then they could have seizures. Seizures come in many forms, not just the stereotypical idea of people shaking. A seizure is caused by an increased amount of electrical activity in the brain. The fact that someone is incapable of moving by themselves will not have any effect on whether there can be a disruption of electrical activity in their brain. So paralysed people can have seizures
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Acupuncture has been documented to help certain cases of paralysis. It is not always effective but is not invasive or damaging so many feel it is worth a try. A qualified, l…icensed acupuncturist will be able to educate you about the expected results and length of treatment.
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It is usually due to some damage to the central nervous system.Some diseases, such as polio, had that effect. So will a physicalinjury that damages a major nerve pathway. An e…xample would be afracture (break) of the spine that cuts the spinal cord.
Spinal cord injuries are caused when delicate spinal cord tissue is bruised, torn, or crushed. Spinal cord injuries can be caused by accidents, but can also be caused by dis…eases or disorders.. As many as 400,000 Americans are living with spinal cord injuries. Most spinal cord injuries occur between the ages of 16 and 30, and about 82 percent of those who experience spinal cord injuries are male. Motor vehicle accidents account for approximately 44 percent of all spinal cord injuries. Other common causes include:. â¢ Acts of violence, including those that cause knife and gunshot wounds â¢ Slips and falls â¢ Sports-related injuries, mostly diving accidents â¢ Trampoline accidents. Results of Spinal Cord Injury . After the spinal cord has been injured, messages no longer flow through the damaged area, essentially cutting off information between the brain and certain parts of the body. Generally, the functions of the body located above the point of injury will continue to work with no loss of function, while the areas of the body located below the point of injury will be impaired. Impairment can include the following:. â¢ Motor deficit â¢ Sensory deficit â¢ Breathing difficulty â¢ Bowel and/or bladder dysfunction. Level of Injury . Doctors and specialists use the level of injury to most accurately predict which parts of the body are most likely to be affected by loss of movement and sensation. Complete injuries will result in total loss of movement and sensation below the point of injury, while incomplete injuries will result in some degree of loss of movement and sensation below the point of injury. Levels of injury are classified as:. â¢ Neck â¢ C-1 to C-4 â¢ C-5 â¢ C-6 â¢ C-7 and T-1 â¢ T-1 to T-8 â¢ T-9 to T-12. Prognosis of Spinal Cord Injury . The prognosis of a particular spinal cord injury varies depending upon where along the spinal column the spinal cord has been injured, the severity of the injury, and which nerve fibers are damaged. As a general rule of thumb, some recovery can be expected within the first six months following injury. After six months, additional recovery is unlikely.
If there is an accident and someone may be potentially paralyzed,do not try to transport them yourself. Paramedics can transportparalyzed people with stretchers that stabilize… the neck.
Usually due to a traumatic spinal injury. Spinal injuries can damage the spinal cord (the bit that is usually protected by being encased in the vertebrae of the spine), which …means that nerve impulses become unable to flow. This can result in loss of sensation, and paralysis. However muscle wasting diseases can also cause paralysis (but not usually loss of sensation).
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Yes they just can't move some part of their body.
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One possibility is to use an exoskeleton. An exoskeleton are like robotic legs that can be worn to allow paralyzed people to walk. In 2010 3 companies are launching exoskeleto…ns for paralyzed people. Read more below.
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Those that have had Thunder shock used on them.
People that have MS are prone to having seizures. In fact, they between 3-6 times more likely to develop reoccurring epileptic seizures then a healthy human being.
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In hemi paralyzed patient, you have infarction or hemorrhage in the brain involving internal capsule. Some times there is embolism also. In paralysis of both the legs, you may… have trauma to the spinal cord.