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Baby Seizures

A seizure in an individual of any size can be a scary sight to behold, but an episode of this type in a tiny infant can be truly terrifying. Infant seizures can be the result of an assortment of factors, ranging from serious to mild. If you witness a seizure in your baby, consider the potential causes as well as what you should do post seizure to reduce the likelihood of seizure recurrence.

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Hemp Oil for Seizures?

Her child was dying and she sought out an alternative treatment and it worked. Charlotte has epilepsy and was having a severe seizure every 30 minutes and could barely sit up.  She was dying.  Her mother sought out the inventor of a hemp oil treatment that he developed in a nonprofit lab. The child is given small amounts…

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Toddlers & Seizures

Between 3 to 5 percent of healthy children between the ages of 9 months and 5 years will experience a seizure due to fever, according to MedlinePlus. Within this age group, toddlers have the highest incidence of febrile seizures. It is important to seek medical care if your toddler has a seizure.

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Toddler Seizures

A seizure is a scary experience for parents, especially if your child has no history of medical problems. Short seizures typically don’t cause long-term damage, but longer seizures can be more dangerous. A basic understanding of seizures helps you identify and respond to the medical condition, but your child’s physician can give you more specialized advice and care, based on your child’s specific medical history.

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What to Do When a Child Is Having Seizures

A seizure is a temporary surge of abnormal electrical signals in the brain that disrupt your child’s current activity, according to Children’s Hospital Boston. It can manifest as a dreamy staring-into-space look or as the body shaking uncontrollably. No matter how your child experiences seizures, it’s scary to watch. Keep your child safe and work with your doctor to minimize the number of seizures your child has.