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Homeopathic Remedies For Seizures and Convulsions

  • Aconite

    • Sudden onset prior.

    • Fear before the seizure.

  • Agaricus

    • Unusual symptom of great flow of ideas and loquacity after the attack.
       

  • Argentum nitricum

    • Dilated pupils four or five days before the attack

    • Restlessness and trembling of the hands after the attack.

    • Menstrual and fright epilepsies

    • The aura lasts a number of hours before the attack.

    • Person is low spirited, easily discouraged and frightened.
       

  • Artemisia vulgaris

    • Successfully used for epilepsy from fright or some mental emotion.

    • Attacks occur in rapid succession

    • Used for petit mal seizures, where the patient is unconscious only for a few seconds and then resumes as if nothing had happened.

    • Seizures preceded by vertigo, a warm sensation rising from the stomach, and by a slight impairment of speech.
       

  • Belladonna

    • 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.

    • Great sensitivity during the fit and the slightest external stimulus will keep it going.

    • 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 constitutional remedy.

    • Used for acute epilepsies.

    • 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.

  • Bufo Rana

    • 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.

    • Vehement and irritable.
       

  • Calcarea carbonica

    • Aura starting from the solar plexus.

    • Characterized by deficiency of calcium assimilation.

    • Children by the open fontanelles and delayed dentition.

    • Relaxation on falling asleep and the sweating of the head and neck.

    • Dread of an attack so that the person will withdraw themselves as much as possible from the outside world, brood over his affliction and become melancholic.

    • Anxiety, palpitation, apprehensive mood despondency, fretfulness and irritability.

    • Weakness of memory, its loss of consciousness

    • Vertigo and convulsions in epilepsy.

    • Epilepsy caused by fright.

    • Epilepsy caused by suppression of a long standing eruption (steroid use), masturbation .

    • Aura may begin in the solar plexus and pass upwards like a wave, or go from the epigastric region down to the uterus and limbs.

    • A sensation as if a mouse were running up the arm previous to the attacks.

    • Certain phases of the moon are said to affect the attacks, which are brought on by an overstrain of the mind or emotions.

    • Nocturnal epilepsy, feeling of coldness before an attacks followed by warm perspiration.

  • Camphora

    • Useful to prevent the attacks, shorten the duration and lessen the intensity.

    • It is indicated by all the characteristic of epilepsy and is a safer prophylactic than the Kali Bromide.
       

  • Causticum

    • Useful in Petit mal, also when the person falls while walking in the open air, but soon recovers.

    • Useful when the attacks occur at new moon.

    • Has menstrual epilepsy and that occurring at puberty.

    • Better suited to recent and light cases.
       

  • Cicuta virosa

    • Muscular convulsions as a specially prominent symptom for Cuprum.

    • A distinctive feature here is that during the spasms, the head is thrown back and to the side.

    • Sudden rigidity followed by jerks and violent distortions, and these followed by utter prostration.

    • Loss of consciousness.

    • Great oppression of breathing.

    • Lockjaw, face dark red, frothing at the mouth and opisthotonos.

    • The reflex excitability.

    • Fixed staring eyes.

    • Trembling before and after the spasm and strange feeling in the head preceding the attack.
       

  • Cocculus

    • Connection with vertigo with seizures.
       

  • Cuprum Metallicum

    • Cuprum will stop the frequency of the attacks in old and obstinate cases.

    • Cuprum is also a remedy for nocturnal epilepsy and must be thought of when attacks invariably occur in the night.

    • Very deep-acting remedy in epilepsy.

    • One of the most curative remedies for epilepsy in children.

    • The convulsions start from the brain, though the aura, which is one of long duration, seems to center in the epigastrium.

    • Long duration of the attack and the person will often notice the contractions in the fingers and toes before they become unconscious.

    • The face and lips are very blue, the eyeballs are rotated

    • Frothing at the mouth and violent contractions of the flexors.

    • The attacks are preceded often by a shrill cry and the cases are most violent and continued.

    • It is also a remedy for nocturnal epilepsy when the fits occur at regular intervals, such as the menstrual cycles.

    • Epileptiform spasms during dentition or from suppressed skin eruptions.
       

  • Hepar Sulphur

    • Nocturnal epilepsy.

  • Hydrocyanic acid

    • Seizures characterized by loss of consciousness

    • Clenched hands, set jaws, frothing at the mouth

    • Inability to swallow

    • The attack is followed by great drowsiness and prostration.

    • Children are disinclined to play and take but little interest in anything.
       

  • Hyoscyamus

    • Related to Belladonna and Stramonium, this is also an excellent “local” remedy.

    • Its picture is characterized by excessive movements of the face, both prior to a fit and at other times.

    • Twitching and jerking and hunger previous to the attack

    • There is frothing at the mouth and biting of the tongue.

    • A violent fright will produce an attack that will call for Hyoscyamus.

    • The convulsions seem to have more of a hysterical nature, and there are illusions of sight and hearing.
       

  • Indigo

    • Epileptiform convulsions from the irritation of worms.

    • The person is low-spirited and sad “blue as indigo".

    • It is the “bluest remedy in the materia medica.”

    • Flushes of heat seem to rise from the solar plexus to the head.

    • There is an undulating sensation in the brain.
       

  • Kali brom (bromide of potash)

    • As Potassium bromide this is used as a conventional anti-convulsant.

    • The timing of the fits is often linked to estrus, and there is marked excitement before they start.

    • This remedy listed here because it is the principal drug employed by the allopathic medicine, where past drugs where previous treatment with the bromides, including Bromide of Potash.

    • It is not a curative remedy, but a palliative one.

    • It will often modify the attacks, and may be used as a prophylactic may avert the seizure, but its prolonged use can produce harm because it weakens the mental faculties and creates imbecility.

    • Nux vomica and Zincum are antidotes for the abuse of the Bromide of Potash.

    • Bromide caused acne is often present in such cases.
       

  • Kali muriaticum

    • Affinity for the nerve centers.

    • A slow acting remedy.

    • Epilepsy connected with menstrual irregularities

    • Epilepsy occurring at the age of puberty.
       

  • Nux Vomica

    • The aura starts from the solar plexus.

    • The characterizing feature of epilepsy is loss of consciousness.

    • Suits cases arising from an excess of the reflex action caused, for instance, by indigestion.

    • The aura in a case calling for Nux starts in the solar plexus,

    • Has a sensation of ants crawling over the face.
       

  • Oenanthe crocata

    • Closely picture of epilepsy in this remedy

    • Sudden and complete loss of consciousness.

    • Swollen livid face.

    • Frothing at the mouth.

    • Dilated or irregular pupils.

    • Convulsions with locked jaws.

    • Cold extremities.

    • Note: clinically, Oenanthe crocata It seems to act better in the 3X or 6X potency than in the tincture.
       

  • Plumbum

    • Attack is preceded by a heaviness of the legs.

    • Attack is followed by paralysis

    • Epileptic seizures from sclerosis, or from tumors of the brain

    • Consciousness returning slowly after an attack is another indication and it is more suitable to the chronic forms of the disease.

    • Constipation and abdominal pains further indicate.
       

  • Secale

    • Sudden and rapidly recurring convulsions

    • Rapid sinking of strength

    • Paralysis of the spinal nerves.

  • Silica

    • Aura starting from the solar plexus.

    • Both convulsions and “ailments from vaccination” in its picture

    • Extremely useful when seizures are vaccine induced.

    • Certain phases of the moon are said to affect the attacks,

    • Attacks are brought on by an overstrain of the mind or emotions.

    • Nocturnal epilepsy, feeling of coldness before an attacks

    • The fit is followed by warm perspiration.

    • Acts on the upper spinal cord and the medulla and an exhausted condition of the nerves.

    • Coldness of the left side of the body preceding the attack is very characteristic.
       

  • Stannum

    • A remedy for epilepsy arising from reflex irritation, as from worms and also from sexual complications.
       

  • Stramonium

    • Epilepsy from 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

    • He acts like a coward and trembles and shakes.
       

  • Sulphur

    • Like Calcarea, Sulphur is a constitutional or basic remedy, and it will act well where there is a scrofulous taint.

    • It is useful seizures brought on by sexual excesses

    • Seizures from suppression of some eruption.

    • Convulsions are attended with great exhaustion

    • It is suitable to the chronic form of epilepsy in children who are typical Sulphur patients.

    • There is perhaps a tendency to fall to the left side.

    • Sulphur is also a useful intercurrent remedy in the course of the treatment of an epilepsy.

    • Psorinum may also be needed as an intercurrent.




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