When exposed to strong ambient light, the doctor recommends avoiding contact with certain types of flash as much as possible, and “cover one eye and stay away from the flash source”; the picture shows a situational photo. (The picture is taken from freepik)
[Health Channel/Comprehensive Report]There are hundreds of causes of seizures. The doctor shared an in-office case. A younger brother and his classmates participated in a 3 days and 2 night graduation trip. When the evening fluorescent party was on, the seizures (seizure) of the younger brother lasted about 5 Min was rushed to the doctor, and the initial diagnosis may have caused “photosensitive epilepsy” due to excessive excitement or on-site acousto-optic stimulation.
Wu Changteng, the attending pediatric emergency department of Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Linkou, stated on the Facebook page “Dr. 543-Wu Changteng of the pediatric emergency department” that epilepsy lesions are in the brain, so any situation that causes abnormal discharge of brain cells is epilepsy. The causative factor of disease.
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Japan broadcasts “Pokémon”, 685 children have convulsions and vomiting
Wu Changteng mentioned that at 6:30 pm on December 16, 1997, TV Tokyo broadcasted the 38th episode of “Pokemon” “Computer Warrior 3D Dragon”. Because one of the screens flickered too frequently, the red and blue lights flickered at high speed. As a result, many children were sent to the hospital that day because they were stimulated by light induction while watching TV, and showed epilepsy symptoms such as convulsions and vomiting.
According to statistics from the Japanese fire department, a total of 685 children were sent to hospital for treatment that day. Although some have recovered on their own on the way to the hospital, 150 children still need to be hospitalized, and two have been hospitalized for more than 3 weeks. Not all of the people with epileptic seizures in this incident were epileptic patients themselves. According to follow-up follow-up, it was found that some children had only that episode. The 38th Pokémon is the TV show with the largest number of epileptic episodes in the history of the world.
Don’t ignore the “Squid Game” warning!Continuous flashes may induce epilepsy
Some neuromedical experts have discovered that in episode 4 of “Squid Game” (16-20 points), continuous flashing may induce epilepsy, so you need to warn your epileptic friends. If you feel uncomfortable, please leave the screen, because the flashing of “photosensitive epilepsy” may induce epilepsy. epilepsy!
Wu Changteng explained that for about 3% of patients with epilepsy, exposure to flashes of a specific intensity or specific visual pattern can trigger seizures. This condition is called photosensitive epilepsy; photosensitive epilepsy is more common in children and adolescents, especially the whole body. Sexual epilepsy and certain epilepsy syndromes, such as juvenile myoclonic epilepsy and eyelid muscle twitching epilepsy (Jeavons syndrome).
Avoid photosensitivity epilepsy, cover one eye away from flash source
Wu Changteng said that with age, it becomes less frequent, and there are relatively few cases in their 20s. Many people do not realize that they are sensitive to flashing lights or certain types of patterns until they have a seizure, but they may never go on to develop spontaneous seizure seizures, which can only be triggered by certain light conditions.
Wu Changteng mentioned that many people who are disturbed by light will not have seizures at all, but will have other symptoms, such as headache, nausea, dizziness, etc.; therefore, when exposed to strong ambient light, avoid contact with certain types of flashes if possible , It is recommended to “cover one eye and stay away from the flash source”.
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