A seizure is a sudden abnormal electrical activity in the brain. It’s simply uncontrolled firing of neurons in the brain. Seizures can sometimes cause convulsions – rapid and uncontrollable body shaking. More often than not, seizures last from 30 min to 2 minutes.
In the US, approximately 600,000 individuals have been diagnosed with a craniofacial disorder. Medical experts define the condition as an abnormal growth of a part of the face or head, which happens to children while in their mother’s womb.