Epilepsy is a neurological disorder, which is characterized by recurrent episodes upon the occurrence of excessive electrical discharge as the brain shows abnormal electrical activities following the deterioration of its normal activity.
– What is epilepsy, which shared area of disciplines does it come under?
Before we define epilepsy we have to define seizures. A seizure is a spontaneous sudden discharge of the brain cells (neurons). In order to be called epilepsy the patient has to have had at least one such seizure and carry the risk of having others. Epilepsy comes mainly within the field of psychiatry and neurology.
Humans being a bio-psycho-sociocultural creature makes personal and diversified treatment methods a necessity. In addition to pharmacological attempts, secondary treatments and complementary methods can accelerate the solution of the problems experienced by the people in the treatment of the disorders. Neurofeedback is one of these complementary methods.
A female patient, 36, was going from door to door for a full month, and was being sent back home with one comment she heard “It is probably conversion”.
Although lacking a global definition, creativity is described as “the desire/tendency to see atypical connections”. Scales on creativity determine the ability of “thinking differently” and the level of creativity through the wide, analytical, finding rational solutions and insight sub-scales.