Role of Various Vitamins in the Patients with Epilepsy


Mohammad Asif




In this review, we study the effect of various vitamins in the epileptic patients. These vitamins are generally may reduce seizure frequency and treating adverse effect of anticonvulsant drugs. Supplementation with folic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin E, biotin, vitamin D, may be needed to prevent or treat deficiencies resulting from the use of anticonvulsant drugs. Thiamine may improve cognitive function in the epileptic patients. Vitamin K1 has been recommended near the end of pregnancy for women taking anticonvulsant drugs. Vitamins therapy is not a substitute for anticonvulsant medications.




Vitamins; Epilepsy; Nutrients; Diet


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