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Epilepsy In Children: Guide For Parents & Carers On Seizures, Emergencies & Everything Else You Should Know (Epilepsy In Children, Seizures In Children Book 1)

Discover The Most Important MUST KNOW facts About Epilepsy In ChildrenWith this book you'll learn;How to prevent injuries during a seizureConsiderations for a child with epilepsy at schoolHow is epilepsy diagnosed in a childHow to recognise a baby having a convulsionDangerous household items for a child with epilepsyWhat happens during a seizure Can seizure assistance dogs be of helpMost Important things to do during a seizureGeneral safety for a child with epilepsyMuch, much more..Here is some of the practical advice you will find in this book.."One out of twenty children will experience convulsions such as febrile convulsions at some point in their first few years, this is nothing out of the norm, this may be frightening but it is just a warning sign to the parents that your baby has a fever. ""If your child is said to have epilepsy it does not tell you what type they have. Find out at much as you can about the type your child has so that you can inform the school teacher and inform them as to what to look out for. ""Epilepsy is a condition in which the central nervous system of the child’s body is affected; this causes the brain to misfire signals causing the fitting or convulsive movements because the messages being sent out from the brain are scrambled. Some experts have described epilepsy as being akin to an ‘electrical storm’ within the brain. ""Despite the thoughts many years ago, epilepsy is not now and never will be a childhood or adulthood mental illness. Having epilepsy does not mean you are ‘mad!’ Most children are perfectly normal mentally and physically, they will grow and develop normally with medication, support and precautionary measures put in place.""Epilepsy in children is not as unusual as you may think, however, not all seizures or convulsions are the result of epilepsy. ""When it comes to getting the right treatment for your child’s epilepsy, they will need to have some investigations done. The right diagnosis for your child’s epilepsy means that your child will be treated in the right way. ""If there are any witnesses to your child’s seizure, then it is vital that they attend the doctor’s appointment with the child. This way you can explain to the doctor your experiences of the seizure. This will help with the diagnosis. "Click "add to cart" now and you'll get this convenient, practical guide that you can enjoy instantly on any Kindle device or pc

File Size: 270 KB

Print Length: 94 pages

Publication Date: May 13, 2014

Sold by:  Digital Services LLC

Language: English


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Best Sellers Rank: #964,502 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store) #26 in Books > Health, Fitness & Dieting > Children's Health > Epilepsy #190 in Books > Health, Fitness & Dieting > Diseases & Physical Ailments > Epilepsy #802 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Health, Fitness & Dieting > Personal Health > Children's Health

This is a great and valuable guide for all parents (or carers) of children with epilepsy that will help them deal with problems related to this disease. The book explains everything parents need to know about epilepsy, why does it happen in the first place, how to recognize it, how is it diagnosed and provides many practical tips and advises on what you can do to increase safety in your home, how to reduce risks, prevent injuries and much, much more.Overall, this guide is definitely valuable collection of tips and also it is easy to understand and to apply in practice. I highly recommend it to all parents of children with epilepsy.

Not knowing enough about epilepsy, I wanted to improve my understanding of this condition so that I can help my child have a better life. Thankfully, I came across this well-written book about epilepsy in children.Emily L Clune's to-the-point and easy to understand writing style made the complex nature of epilepsy easy for me to understand despite having no medical background. This is why I recommend this book to parents whose kids have been recently diagnosed with epilepsy.

We went through a pretty scary time several years ago when our child had a febrile seizure, and although he doesn't have epilepsy, I have since been fascinated with the complexities of the human brain. In seeking support during this time, we connected with several families who have children with epilepsy, and as the designated reader in our circle of friends, I thought I would give this book a try. I was pleasantly surprised at the ease of read of Clune's writing and the efficiency with which her book is laid out. I found the chapters on Photo-Sensitive Epilepsy and the effects of watching TV and using a computer screen particularly helpful. This is a great reference book to have on your shelf and to add to your collection. It is thorough and well-written, but most importantly of all, it's easy to find the information you need quickly.

Written in very basic terminology so that it is easy to understand and very informative about the different types of epilepsy children can have and what to do (if anything) about each type. Good fast easy read.

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