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Suddenness with the violence of the convulsions.
This is one of the top remedies for seizures and epilepsy and used often
clinically. Atropine, the alkaloid of Belladonna, has also
been used successfully in the treatment of epilepsy. Hydrocyanic acid.
sensitivity during the fit and the slightest external stimulus will keep it
Attack usually involves a single fit rather than a cluster.
This remedy is considered the acute of Calcarea carbonica it is often of use where that is the indicated
Used for acute
Cerebral symptoms are prominent, face is
flushed and the whole trouble seems to picture cerebral irritation, especially if the patient be young.
There is an aura as if a mouse were
running over an extremity, or of heat rising from the stomach.
Illusions of sight and hearing; convulsions
start in the upper extremity and extend to the mouth, face and eyes.
Great irritability of the nervous system.
Easily disturbed sleep, startings,
tremors and twitching.
Atropine, the alkaloid of
Belladonna, has also
been used successfully in the treatment of epilepsy.
Fits occurring during sleep; seizures at
night and during sleep
Worse in a warm room.
There is often a howl at the start of the fit.
Epilepsy arising from fright, or self-abuse,
or sexual excesses
The aura preceding the attacks starts from the
genital organs or the solar plexus.
Even during sexual intercourse the patient
may be seized with violent convulsions.
Before the attacks, the person is very irritable,
often talks incoherently and is easily angered.
Seizures can be brought on by masturbation.
Useful in severe cases in children where the head in the
convulsion is drawn backwards.
Flushes of heat seem to rise
from the solar plexus to the head and there is an undulating sensation in
the brain similar to Cimicifuga.
fright, sudden loss of consciousness
Jerking of the head to the right
Rotary motion of the left arm.
Stramonium is the opposite of
Belladonna, for whereas the Belladonna patient shuns light, fears noises and
is sensitive in the highest degree, the Stramonium patient fears darkness
and hates to be alone