I am 47 and have seizers for last 7 years. It happens to me only while sleep for 30 - 40 secs. The frequency has increased from 2-3 times to now 5-6 times a year. I have done many MRIs which has diagnosed a stable cortical displasia. The EEG always came normal. I am trying to avoid allopathic drugs but also worried if get worsening. Any suggestions? I am trying with homeopathic medicines for last 7 months but no improvement. Is there any other natural way can be tried?
Is there negative effect of deep breathing or any breathing exercises on seizers? Some times I have experienced seizer attacks while doing the same. Recently some yoga classes also adviced me not to do the breathing exercices if patient of epillepsy.View Thread
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