The diagnosis phase plays an important role when defining the treatment for the epileptic patient. It is vital to collect all the necessary information at the time of a seizure and present it to the doctor, since there may be other disorders associated with the same effect and are not necessarily related to epilepsy.

While most seizures are spontaneous, there may be circumstances that generate them, and consequently it is better to avoid them:

  • Breach of treatment
  • Lack of sleep
  • Intake of alcoholic beverages
  • Fever
  • Illegal drugs
  • stress
  • Flash for photosensitive Epilepsies.
  • Surprises or specific events that generate reflex Epilepsies