Epilepsy Problem | Glad to know I'm not the only one! I have times when a person's head looks way to small for his/her body (think shrunken head, almost). The world around me feels fuzzy at those times and it takes all the concentration I have to look at the person. I can't make sense of anything they are saying.
Living with simple and complex partial seizures of the temporal lobe
Finding out you have temporal lobe epilepsy can be tricky. You may have very strange symptoms and cannot explain them well to doctors. If you experience simple partial seizures these symptoms can easily sound like mental health conditions and you...
Epilepsy: Facts, Statistics, and You
Epilepsy is a disorder caused by unusual nerve cell activity in the brain. Each year, about 150,000 Americans are diagnosed with this central nervous system disorder that causes seizures. One in 26 people will be diagnosed with it. We give you the facts, statistics, and other info that's important to you.
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Painting #9 SEIZURE TRIGGERS One of the best ways we can prevent seizures is to figure out what "triggers" our seizures and shield ourselves from those triggers. This painting shows some of the most common triggers including some that can cause seizures in anyone even if they do not have epilepsy; including High Temperatures, Blood Sugar Levels, and Alcohol withdrawals.