treating the side effects?

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   Posted 12/14/2007 11:33 PM (GMT -6)   
does anyone whats the best way to treat someone after they've had a seizure without using any kind of pharmaceutical medications? you know, massive headache, nausea, unusual sensations, etc.

just a little curious.

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   Posted 12/18/2007 7:29 AM (GMT -6)   

Sorry it has taken a while for me to get back to you. I would recommend glucose (in the liquid form... perhaps in tea or something) as a seizure can sap the strength out of you and giving it glucose can give it a boost. Also aromatherapy (essential oils) can be used for headaches ect... for example Lavendar is good for relaxation.

I hope this helps


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   Posted 12/20/2008 10:20 AM (GMT -6)   
idea   For a while when my seizures first started i got accupuncture.  It really helped me, cause when my seizures first started i would have 20-30 a day. No they do Not have to use needles they can use an electric stimulation. I'm not sure what its called but make sure you look it up or at least try it out.
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