An epileptic seizure is a behavioral event that is caused by an abnormal neuronal discharge. Epilepsy refers to the condition of recurrent seizure. Certain metabolic or medical conditions, including hypoglycemia, hyponatremia, and alcohol withdrawal may predispose an individual to a single seizure, but not recurrent seizures (epilepsy). In the United States, epilepsy affects approximately 6% of the population. Approximately 4% of individuals living to age 75 may experience a single unprovoked seizure, and if provoked seizures are included, the incidence approaches 10% [1].