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What is the difference between Epilepsy and Hysteria?

Asked by T. Lopez, Last updated: Nov 22, 2020

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S. Hughes

S. Hughes

S. Hughes
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Answered Aug 19, 2019

Epilepsy is an occurring neurological disorder wherein the person who has this often experiences a seizure. Hysteria, on the other hand, is usually experiencing fear related to a particular body part in an imaginative state of mind. Epilepsy is more on the physical aspect while hysteria is more on the mental state where a person shows an unimaginable fear that results in a hyper reaction.

Epilepsy is an occurring neurological disorder wherein the person who has this often experiences a
Epilepsy usually occurs when the neurons in the brain are highly activated. Hysteria could be an effect of multiple incidents or situations in a person’s past which has compromises in severe conflicts. In conclusion, epilepsy is caused by an abnormality in the brain and hysteria is a result of abnormal fears or fantasies.

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