Health and Nutrition

Non-Epileptic Seizures in Children

GENERALLY Convulsions are not always due to epilepsy.  About 5% of all children will have an episode of convulsions in the first six years of their lives. Usually the child loses consciousness when he or she has convulsions. The most common causes are febrile seizures and affective seizures. SYMPTOMS Convulsions vary from child to child.  Usually the … Read moreNon-Epileptic Seizures in Children

Hyperactive children

It is said that hyperactive children have learning difficulties: WHAT ARE THE LEARNING DIFFICULTIES Learning disabilities are a set of disorders that impair a child’s ability to learn. This expression is multifaceted and refers to a large and heterogeneous group of disorders that manifest themselves with significant difficulties in acquiring and using listening, speaking, reading, writing, … Read moreHyperactive children

Pyretic Swimming In Children

PYRETIC SWIMMING IN CHILDREN GENERALLY Fever spasms are a fairly common and relatively harmless phenomenon. About 5% of the pediatric population may develop feverish convulsions. Typically occurs in children aged 6 months to 5 years with an average age of about 18 months. It is more common in boys than in girls. It usually occurs in healthy children who … Read morePyretic Swimming In Children