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When we treat children with sleep disorders, not only better their epilepsy, their daytime behavior, concentration and learning increases, said Paul Carney, director of pediatric neurology at the UF College of Medicine and a professor at the BJ and Eve Wilder Center for Excellence in Epilepsy Research. Many children with epilepsy are not adequately assessed for underlying sleep disorders. We can clearly have an impact on their cognition, learning and maybe even improve their epilepsy by improving sleep. In bursts ofpsy describes a group of diseases that go with the electrical activity in the brain haywire occur, resulting in bursts of frenetic activity mean that seizures 2 million people 2 million people in the United States falls, after the. National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke..

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