A0759: What exactly is epilepsy?

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Epilepsy is not a disease in the actual sense, but epilepsy is an overstimulation of your brain. When the cerebral cortex reacts very sensitively to physical impulses, it can lead to an epileptic seizure. But not every epileptic seizure can be attributed to this. There are people who react to stimulus overload by shutting down their normal motor skills, so that the stimulus overload causes the body to run in an emergency program. These two possibilities are responsible for the fact that people can suffer an epileptic seizure. The brain is responsible for processing all stimuli from outside as sensory signals and the brain will prioritise certain stimuli over others so that signals from body sensors are processed at different rates. Glaring light will blind you, but great heat is much more dangerous to your body, so the heat sensors in your human body will be considered rather than glaring light. A person who is blinded has a higher chance of survival than a person who is on fire. If certain sensor signals are more likely to be processed, it is only because they are designed to ensure your survival. There are important sensory signals and there are sensory signals that always take priority. Anything that has to do with your immune system is very important and will always be prioritised. If your immune system is so important, then we would also need to clarify why that is. What is the immune system and how can a person with little prior medical knowledge grasp the importance of the immune system, we ask? Imagine a person who has no immune system at all. This example is meant to illustrate what happens in your body when your immune defence is weakened or completely absent. The body transports its information through its bloodstream and between your blood cells many messenger substances carry important information. This information has already been described in detail by us, but for all readers to whom the blog entry on this is foreign, we will briefly explain what a messenger substance has to do. A messenger substance is always emitted by a body cell that is under attack. Attacks can be of various kinds, but one attack should be familiar to everyone – virus attack. It is not only since your computer age that you have to deal with harmful viruses, but all biological life is exposed to viruses that begin to transform their host in order to be able to reproduce. Who produces these viruses, we ask? It is yourselves, because every biological body is subject to body programs that are started under certain environmental conditions. Take an overpopulated area on Earth. If the bodies of the biological life forms in that overpopulated area did not start producing viruses, then the overpopulation in that area would become greater and greater. It does not matter whether the overpopulation is by ants, rats or humans, because the biological bodies will one day respond and produce viruses to eliminate old and weak biological beings in the overpopulated area to control the overpopulation. If a virus outbreak eliminates many old and weak creatures in the overpopulated area, the young and healthy creatures can leave the overpopulated area or the reduction of the group leads to the habitat being made habitable again. However, if an overpopulated area remains overpopulated, each year the self-produced viruses will become more aggressive to kill off the overpopulation. Your bodies will produce these viruses so that you understand that you had better move to areas where there is no overpopulation and where the food and drink is pure of pollutants. Only when the external circumstances allow the biological body to do well, only then will no new viruses be produced. How does a biological body recognise that overpopulation exists in the body’s habitat, we ask? Through the sensors of your body. All sense organs will participate and your visual perception is also part of it, because in the end they are only signals that receive pre-processing in the brain, where they are analysed, processed and passed on. When the signals arrive in the brain and the brain recognises at many processing stations that the food is dirty, that water is polluted, that the air is harmful to the skin and the body only perceives stimuli that suggest that this habitat is heavily polluted, then this is the occasion to produce viruses to signal to the living being that this habitat is bad for further existence. The viruses weaken the body and the life form realises that it would be time to look for a new and clean habitat. In doing so, however, only the young and strong creatures should move on to guarantee the preservation of the species, so that the old and sick members will die. The viruses produced by the biological body will test its own biological body for resistance and will also spread, so that these tests are carried out in all members of the species in the polluted habitat, so that all the old and sick members die quickly. It does not matter which life form produces these viruses because it will always have the same effect on the group in the overpopulated area. When the viruses are spread among the species, these viruses attack certain areas of the body and the viruses then try to weaken the body cells. When a body cell is to be weakened, the DNA sequence is manipulated so that this body cell thinks it is being attacked and cannot fight off the attack. The body cell will then send messenger substances on their way to request help. The virus will irritate the body cell so much that it will keep sending out these messengers. The brain will analyse these messengers to in turn tell the body to do something to help the body cell. All of this will require a lot of processing power and energy to fight the viral attack. If the body is weakened because it is already sick or old, this will cause vital organs to fail, either because they are overworked or because they simply lack the energy to work properly. When multiple organ failures are present, the biological body dies. The immune system is supposed to guarantee protection from the viruses because a mostly young and healthy body has the best chance of survival to leave the overpopulated area and migrate to an area that is not overpopulated and where the environment guarantees the best chances of survival. The immune system has the potential to fight all viruses, provided the body is healthy. When disease is present, much potential is redistributed to fight the disease because the immune system is responsible for helping damaged body cells to complete their reproductive cycle and for disposing of the old and dead body cells. Your immune system is extremely important for your survival and if the immune system is struggling on many fronts, then you know you are either very old or sick or both together. The immune system can be strengthened if you either leave an overpopulated area or arrange your life so that the brain no longer recognises the signs of overpopulation in your body signals. Eat clean food and not prepared food or fast food, which are particularly quick to generate the signs that an environment prevails where overpopulation has ensured that there is only filthy food to eat. Stop drinking soft drinks of any kind and drink spring water or mineral water so that the body thinks you are living in clean nature. Do not live into the night because then your body might think that you are vegetating somewhere underground, because these are all signs that the body will always evaluate negatively. At some point the body itself starts to produce viruses to test whether the body still seems to be able to survive. If the living being recognises that the environment is not good for it, it can stay and eventually perish there, or it tries to leave the area, if its physical condition allows it. The body signals are tested in the brain to see if this habitat is still worth living in and the body also decides whether you should produce the next strain of virus. A strengthened immune system tells the body that the habitat is not as bad as the sensor signals indicate after all, so that your own or foreign viruses are fought without weakening the body too much. What does all this have to do with epilepsy, we ask? All because an epileptic seizure is exactly what we have just described. When a person is exposed to all this sensory overload, because all the body signals that the habitat is highly harmful, then viruses are produced that will test the immune system in the body. Epileptics will drive these stimulus floods completely defenceless because the cerebral cortex reacts very sensitively and appears hypersensitive, so to speak. At this moment, the body thinks it has to test the immune system because it wrongly assumes that signals are coming in that have discovered a highly harmful habitat. This already explosive reaction to this leads to the body being made to believe that all areas of the body immediately need great help, because it is assumed that foreign viruses are now suddenly attacking the body. This hypersensitivity will then lead to a breakdown of the ability to act, resulting in an epileptic seizure. If an epileptic finds a habitat where the body’s signals do not select a harmful environment, the cerebral cortex will gradually calm down again and the hypersensitivity will subside, so that epileptic seizures will no longer occur. The fact that your body itself produces these viruses has already been described in the blog entry on viruses, so that the knowledge about viruses could be deepened with this blog entry. 

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