|1. What is the difference between Epilepsy and Seizure?||Epilepsy is a neurological disorder characterized by recurring seizures, while a seizure is a sudden and
abnormal electrical activity in the brain.
|2. What are the symptoms of Epilepsy?||The symptoms of Epilepsy can vary from person to person but commonly include seizures, convulsions,
loss of consciousness, and confusion.
|3. How is Epilepsy diagnosed?||Epilepsy is typically diagnosed through a combination of medical history, physical examination, EEG
(electroencephalogram), and other diagnostic tests.
|4. Can Epilepsy be treated?||Yes, Epilepsy can be managed with medications, lifestyle changes, and in some cases, surgery.|
|5. What is Dementia?||Dementia is a broad category of brain diseases that primarily affects memory, thinking, behavior, and
the ability to perform everyday activities.
|6. What causes Dementia?||Dementia can be caused by various factors, including Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, Parkinson’s
disease, and Huntington’s disease.
|7. What are the symptoms of Dementia?||The symptoms of Dementia may include memory loss, difficulty with language and communication, confusion,
mood changes, and impaired reasoning.
|8. How is Dementia diagnosed?||Dementia is diagnosed based on medical history, physical examination, cognitive assessments, blood tests,
and brain imaging.
|9. Can Dementia be treated?||While there is no cure for most forms of Dementia, certain medications and therapeutic interventions can
help manage the symptoms and improve the quality of life.
|10. Can Epilepsy lead to Dementia?||There is evidence suggesting that long-standing and poorly controlled Epilepsy may increase the risk of
developing cognitive impairments and Dementia.