The chronicle neurological disorder called epilepsy occurs when the normal electrical activity associated with our brain gets disrupted. This can lead to repeated seizures, ranging from brief lapses to prolonged convulsions. The variable condition of epilepsy can be differentiated in its impact on people. More than 40 registered epileptic types have already been experienced by people till date. The categorization of seizures is determined by whether a partial or complete part of our brain is affected. Epilepsy has already incapacitated more than 50 million people worldwide and can stem out of an array of factors such as environmental, genetic and physiological causing functional changes in the brain.