An electroencephalograph is a useful test to help diagnose epilepsy. It records the electrical activity of the brain. However, a normal result does not rule out epilepsy. Note: the information below is a general guide only. The arrangements, and the way tests are performed, may vary between different hospitals. Always follow the instructions given by your […]

Epilepsy and Seizures

About 1 in 30 people in the UK develop epilepsy at some stage in their lives. It most commonly starts in childhood and in people aged over 60. However, epilepsy can begin at any age. In general, seizures are well controlled by treatment in about 4 in 5 cases. IN THIS ARTICLE What is a […]