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Over 2 million people in the United States alone have a seizure health problem, which is characterized by recurring seizures. Seizures are a symptom of epilepsy, but not all people who have seizures have epilepsy, and even those who do may also have seizures that are not epileptic in nature. An epileptic seizure is a temporary malfunction of the brain caused by uncontrolled electrical activity from the nerve cells in the cerebral cortex. The seizures rarely damage the brain, but they can make life difficult. The underlying cause(s) of epilespy are relatively unknown. Seizures may occur for no apparent reason or may be triggered by a wide range of things, including exposure to an allergen, drug or alcohol withdrawal, fever, flashing lights, hunger, hypoglycemia , infection, lack of sleep, metabolic or even nutritional deficiencies or imbalances, trauma, especially head injuries. Note nutritional supplementation is very important for people with seizures. ..more

Nutrient / Supplement Importance
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Helpful notes
Multi-vitamin and Mineral Supplement 10 vitamin B complex,  zinc, vitamin A, and vitamin E all serve to help lower blood pressure and reduce its effects as well as helping with seizure related problems. A daily supplement provides nutrients needed for general good health and well being.
Carnitine 10 is an amino acid the is needed to deliver essential fatty acids to cells and it is also required to make protien.
Coenzyme Q10 10 increases oxygenation to the heart and brain
Calcium   this mineral works with magnesium
Magnesium 10 needed to calm the nervous system and reduce spasms
Essential fatty acids 10 important for increasing blood circulation as well as preventative aid on general health. Fatty acids are found in omega fatty acids from fish and flax seed and borage seed oils from plants.
Selenium 10 low levels of this mineral causes a deficiency in an enzyme that detoxifies peroxides  in the body.
Niacin 9 vitamin B3 improves circulation and helps with many brain disorders
Pyridoxine 9 vitamin B6 required for good brain function
vitamin B12 9 aids in the maintenance of the myelin sheaths that cover and protect nerve endings. It also helps with stress in the body.
Pantothenic acid 8 is an anti-stress vitamin 
Folic acid 9 is a brain food that is very important for health and nervous system
Alfalfa 8 herb that is natural healing mineral source with vitamin K
vitamin A 8 important antioxidant needed for the brain 
Carotenoids 8 work with vitamin A  (see Mega Juice below)
vitamin E 8 helps with circulation and vitamin depletion
vitamin C 8 vitamin C helps high blood pressure, hypertension, heart, and cardio-vascular problems by improving adrenal function. Can be taken in a good multi-vitamin and mineral supplement.
Potassium 6 needed for body's electrolyte balance
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Future Star

Fruit A Mins

Protection 4 Life

Advanced Omega

Nutra Pack

Mega Juice

herbal blend that can help with blood flow and nervous system

herbal blend for calming and relaxing

kids and teens nutritional drink 

children's daily nutritional vitamin, mineral, and more supplement

excellent supplemental health system

flax seed, borage seed, and omegas in one formula

complete daily supplement with all the vitamins and minerals listed above

healing extracts from fruits and vegetables, carotenoids + bioflavonoids

Seizures in children can be particularly disturbing. They are the most common neurological problem affecting children, indeed, one-third of people with seizure disorders are children. lodiopathic epilepsy (seizures of unknown cause) or febrile seizures (nonepileptic seizures induced by fever) affect about 3 percent of children. Angelman syndrome (a rare congenital disorder seen in children) is associated with seizures or tremors. Lennox-Gastaut syndrome is a severe seizure disorder that usually develops in children between the ages of one and eight. Seizures in very young children often stem from brain injury before birth, damage to the central nervous system, or metabolic inconsistencies. In older children, epilepsy is more likely to result from genetic factors, infections of the central nervous system, or head injury. Nutritional supplementation is important for people with seizures.






- drink 6-8 glasses of steam distilled or filtered water a day
- take needed nutritional supplements they are very important 
- eat small meals and do not drink too much liquids
- eat lots of raw fruits and vegetables 
- juice is good (make your own with a juice machine)
- eat more fish like tuna, salmon, and herring
- eat breads and cereals mainly made from rice and oats
- do not drink soda pop, other junk food drinks
- limit or reduce amount of dairy products (yogurt and kefir are okay)
- do not eat processed foods white sugar, white flour, saturated fats, MSG, etc...
- use stress relief like going for walks -or- listen to calming music
- take epsom salt baths twice a week
- get moderate exercise each week 
- PRAY ... it does help with all aspects of life and healing 

The Different Types of Seizures

Absence also known as petit mal - This type of seizure is most common in children and teenagers. It is characterized by a blank stare lasting about half a minute; the person appears to be daydreaming. During this type of seizure, the individual is unaware of his or her surroundings. Staring or daydreaming in children should not be confused with absence seizures. If a child is daydreaming, he or she can be aroused by a simple touch or someone talking to them and a child having an absence seizure cannot. 

Atonic or drop attack - A childhood seizure in which the child loses consciousness for about 10 seconds and normally falls to the ground because of a complete loss of muscle tone. 

Complex partial or temporal lobe - A blank stare, random activity, and a chewing motion are characteristic of this type of seizure. The person may be dazed and unaware of his or her surroundings, and may act oddly. There is no memory of this seizure. A person may experience a distinctive warning sign called an aura before this type of seizure. The aura is itself a form of partial seizure, but one in which the person retains awareness. The aura may be experienced as a peculiar odor, "butterflies" in the stomach, or a distorted sound. One man with epilepsy, an ardent racetrack gambler, said he always heard the roar of a crowd, followed by the name of a favorite racehorse, just before he lost consciousness.

Generalized tonic-clonic also known as grand mal -  This type of seizure is characterized by sudden cries, a fall, rigidity and jerking of the muscles, shallow breathing, and bluish skin. Loss of bladder control is possible. The seizure usually lasts 2 to 5 minutes, and is followed by confusion, fatigue, and/or memory loss. It can be very frightening to witness, especially for the first time observer.

Myoclonic - Brief, massive muscle jerks occur.

Simple partial or Jacksonian - Jerking begins in the fingers and toes and progresses up through the body. The person remains conscious.

Simple partial sensory -  the person may see, hear, or sense things that do not exist. This may occur as a preliminary symptom of a generalized seizure.


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