CBD treatment improved nonseizure outcomes, reduced seizure burden in epilepsyPosted by On

January 05, 2024

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Key takeaways:

  • Researchers analyzed survey responses from 498 caregivers of those with Lennox Gastaut or Dravet syndromes.
  • 93% of caregivers wished to continue CBD treatment for their charges.

Caregivers for those with Lennox Gastaut and Dravet syndrome reported that cannabidiol treatment led to improved nonseizure outcomes and reduced seizure burden, according to a study from Epilepsy Research.

“Many antiseizure medications are available for the treatment of seizures associated with [Lennox Gastaut Syndrome] and [Dravet syndrome]; however, the effect on nonseizure outcomes remains relatively unclear,” Anne T. Berg, PhD, an adjunct professor of neurology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, and colleagues wrote.

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