Before the epidemic was serious, a younger brother came to the pediatric emergency department. What was the reason? It turned out that my brother and his classmates took part in a three-day and two-night graduation trip. On the first night, he happily followed his classmates to the fluorescent party. I don't know if he was too happy, or at night, the sound and light stimulation on the scene was too intense, and as a result, the younger brother had convulsions (seizure). The attack lasted about five minutes, so the younger brother was rushed to the hospital for treatment. In the pediatric emergency department, according to the mother's description, the younger brother had not had a seizure before, this was the first time. In addition, the child did not have a fever this time, such a situation is not common. what is the reason? Could it be caused by sound and light stimulation at night? Still too excited? Tired? It's all possible! Because the focus of epilepsy is in the brain, any condition that causes abnormal discharge of brain cells is a causative factor for epilepsy. 'Pokémon' Episode 38 'Cyber Warrior 3D Dragon.
TV show with the most epileptic seizures in history Speaking of which, let me talk about the "3D Dragon Incident" first. At 6:30 p.m. on December 16, 1997, TV Tokyo broadcasted the 38th episode of "Pokémon" "Computer Warrior 3D Dragon". Because one number list of the pictures flickered too frequently, the red and blue light flickered at a high speed, resulting in the same day. Many children were sent to the hospital because they were stimulated by light induction while watching TV, showing epileptic symptoms of convulsions and vomiting. According to the statistics of the Japanese fire department, a total of 685 children were sent to the hospital for treatment that day. Although some of them recovered on their way to the hospital, there are still 150 children who need to be hospitalized, and two of them have been hospitalized for more than three weeks.
Not all of the people who had a seizure on this occasion were epilepsy themselves, and follow-up found that some children had only that one occurrence. The 38th episode of Pokémon became the TV show with the largest number of epileptic seizures in the history of the world. 'Squid Game' Episode 4: Continuous Flashing May Induce Seizures Coincidentally, the recently popular "Squid Game" must also be noted! Some neuromedical experts found that in the fourth episode (16-20 points), continuous flashing may induce epilepsy, so it is necessary to remind friends with epilepsy, if you feel uncomfortable, please leave the screen. Photosensitive epilepsy: prevalent in children and adolescents why ? Because it is: "photosensitive epilepsy". "Flash" may induce epilepsy! For about 3 percent of people with epilepsy, exposure to flashes of light of a specific intensity or a specific visual pattern triggers a seizure. This condition is called "photosensitive epilepsy." Photosensitive epilepsy is more common in children and adolescents, especially generalized epilepsy and certain epilepsy syndromes, such as juvenile myoclonic epilepsy and eyelid twitching epilepsy (Jeavons syndrome).