Seizure

A seizure is an unexpected, uncontrolled electrical aggravation in the mind. It can cause changes in your conduct, developments or sentiments, and in levels of awareness. In the event that you have at least two seizures or an inclination to have repetitive seizures, you have epilepsy. There are numerous kinds of seizures, which extend in seriousness.

The various kinds of summed up seizures are:

nonappearance seizures (once in the past known as petit mal) tonic-clonic or convulsive seizures (once in the past known as fantastic mal) atonic seizures (otherwise called drop assaults) clonic seizures. tonic seizures. myoclonic seizures.

Seizure signs and manifestations may include:

Brief disarray—regularly portrayed as a "fluffy" feeling. A gazing spell. Wild jolting developments of the arms and legs. Loss of cognizance or mindfulness. Mystic manifestations—out-of-body emotions or not feeling "at the time" Memory slips.

During a seizure, numerous things may occur. Victims may lose the capacity to swallow, experience issues talking, experience jerking or twitching developments in the body, and even experience seizures. They may lose awareness, see blazing lights, experience visual fantasies, and feel out of body sensations.

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