Much later, the British Neurologist Gowers (1881) is the first to classify epilepsy: grand mal, petit mal, and hysteroid
and he publishes case studies where behavioral techniques are applied and successfully stop seizures.
Those patients could benefit from using monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors, since those drugs are most effective in atypical depression or hysteroid
dysphoria, which often occurs with irritability, sensitivity to rejection, loneliness, anger, and eating and sleeping too much.
Still others have an extreme sensitivity to romantic rejection -- a clinical syndrome now recognized by most psychiatrists, and coined hysteroid