How many kinds of seizure are there?
There are two major types: tonic-colonic and partial seizures.
After a bad seizure someone can feel unwell or very tired and so they will sleep. There are many kinds of seizures and various strengths including very mild ones, so after some there is no need to even rest.
Some people who have epilepsy have more than one type of seizure.
Yes, I have had many a Seizure in my sleep, according to my family ^^
A seizure is caused by excessive electrical activity in the brain. A transient ischaemic attack is due to a problem in the blood supply to the brain. They are two very different kinds of problems. A seizure would not cause a problem in the blood supply to the brain and so it would not cause a TIA.
A person can have a stroke at absolutely any time. So someone could have one while having a seizure. That is not to say that a seizure can cause a stroke or a stroke can cause a seizure, or that they are particularly related as generally neither would do anything like that. Both affect the brain, but are two very different kinds of problems caused by different factors.
All people can have a seizure in their lifetime. So you do not have to have epilepsy to have a seizure. Epilepsy is when someone gets seizures regularly. There are many causes for seizures. Not getting enough sleep could possibly cause it, but there are so many things that can cause a seizure.
Different people will have different experiences when having a seizure. There are many kinds of seizures, so every seizure is different. So a person could just be a bit dazed, like in a day dream for a short time if it was a mild seizure. They could be completely unconscious and maybe shaking for more serious ones. They may start talking to themselves or repeating themselves. These are just a few of the things that… Read More
I don't know how many people have seizure disorders that are on the autism spectrum. I have when I was experienced it as a small child. There is truly no knowing how many people nowadays in the autism spectrum have seizure disorders.
After having a seizure a person will become tired and feel worn down. Upon coming out of a seizure a person can be confused, disoriented and lack the ability to concentrate. Seizures can have many other effects as well depending on the person, type of seizure and severity of the seizure.
Epilepsy is often associated with shaking when someone has a seizure, but it is not always the case, as there are many kinds of seizures, but Epilepsy is still the condition that you are asking about. Other illnesses can also cause shaking.
Brain fog, is cognitive dysfunction. It is problems in mental ability and concentration and forgetfulness. A seizure is a physical problem when there is an excessive amount of electrical activity in the brain. A seizure happens and then it is over. Brain fog is a continual condition. Epilepsy, which is diagnosed when someone has seizures, is not a mental or psychiatric or psychological condition. So it is very different to brain fog and many other… Read More
I believe the question is referring to a grand mal seizure. There are many types of seizure, grand mal seizures being just one of those. A grand mal seizure is a type of seizure where a person has loss of consciousness and has violent muscle contractions. It is the type of seizure most often pictured in movies when the entire body convulses.
There are many forms of seizure and a person having one can behave in different ways. It is usually very clear that they are not drunk but are having some other problem, namely a seizure. There are many ways of knowing that someone is drunk, and it would be very obvious that they will have been taking alcohol. A seizure is not like that.
Many people with Epilepsy experience an aura before a seizure starts. An aura is normally a sensation that a seizure is potentially coming, or the first stage of a seizure. Sometimes nothing happens after the aura and a full seizure does not actually happen. The nature of an aura can vary from person to person.
It can be. Many people can have a seizure and exhibit no outward signs other than standing still looking a bit confused. But the type of seizure seen on TV certainly does happen.
An aura is a sensation that can happen before a seizure, often acting as a warning to the person that they are about to have one. Different people experience different things. It could be a feeling, like a tension or fear or nervousness. It could be a physical sensation, maybe a feeling in their mouth or their stomach or a tingling around their body. It could be a sensory perception or a feeling of confusion… Read More
No. But if you did, it would be important to see a physician, preferably a neurologist - in order to obtain proper diagnosis (as there are many types of seizure disorders) and treatment.
Causes for a grand mal seizure are difficult to pinpoint in many cases. In general however, many health problems can result in a grand mal seizure. These health problems range from low blood levels of glucose to brain tumors to genetic syndromes.
There are two syllables. (Sei-zure)
It is possible to have a seizure if you take too many but the chances are less than taking too much vicodin.
Flashing white lights aren't symptoms of seizure disorder, they're what many people believe to be the cause of seizures.
Yes. That is the first sign of epilepsy. Many people will have a seizure in their life time. You are not considered epileptic until you have more than one seizure.
No, not in the least. A seizure is caused by many things, and is abnormal overactivity of neurons in the brain, causing the 'Tonic-Clonic' activity, or 'Grand-Mal Seizure'. An asthma attack is brought on by irritation to the airway, in which the bronchioles constrict and inflame, and later produce excess mucous. It is a respiratory disorder, whle a seizure is a neural emergency.
Each case is different so there is no single answer to that question. There are many forms of seizure and many causes. A child would have to be assessed by a doctor to try and find the cause of their seizure.
Yes. A seizure is caused when electrical impulses from the brain to the muscles are interrupted. When someone gets hit hard enough, it can cause an interruption in the brains electrical function resulting in a seizure. Many boxers, MMA fighters etc. have seizures as a result of knockouts.
how many differnt kinds of germs are there?
there is how ever many kinds there is in this world
No. Epilepsy has many forms and many causes. So for each person it is different. For that reason there is no one food that you could say should not be eaten by any person who has had an epileptic seizure.
well, i have had two complex partial seizures in my whole life. when you have a partial seizure, you see an aura, or light that blocks your vision, and you sometimes become unconcious. i have not had a seizure for a very long time. if you have a grand mall seizure, you smell an intense smell or see something. your vision can become blurry. then, you usually become unconcious and start to become stiff or… Read More
Usually not. If you had a seizure in the wrong place, like while at the top of a ladder, you could die as a result of an accident. It takes a very severe seizure to actually kill someone, and very few people who have epilepsy have seizures that can threaten their life. For many, a seizure is just an inconvenience to them,
REcurring seizures would indicate that you have epilepsy. There are many forms of epilepsy and many causes of it. There are also many types of seizure. For each individual that gets seizures it is important for them to see a doctor to specifically try to identify the causes for them. one type of seizures is gand-mal
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You won't die from the seizure itself, its something else that causes the seizure to make you die.
Most of the time they feel perfectly normal, the same as anyone else. Epilepsy only affects someone when they are having a seizure. There are different kinds of seizures, so it depends on the type of seizure and how serious it is as to how the person will feel. They may feel a bit disorientated or like they or dreaming if it is a mild seizure. For mild seizures people could be back to normal… Read More
That will depend on the kind of seizure. They will remember the seizure coming on and will remember themselves coming out of it, but not the main part of the seizure, if they lose consciousness. It is a bit like when you sleep. You don't remember sleeping, but you can remember going to sleep and waking up. They may actually remember dreaming, and that can be the case for some seizures. For other kinds of… Read More
Staring at something won't give you a seizure. Flashing lights have been known to cause seizure activity in those who already have a seizure disorder.
I get these kinds of seizures - here is an example: You and me are having a conversation, then you notice that while I am talking, I start to mummble for a second then continue with the conversation. That is how my absence seizures happen. I call them "brain farts" as a personal joke.
When it happened. How long it lasted. The type of seizure. How the person felt before and after the seizure. Did they have an aura? Any potential reasons for the seizure. If you are the person who has had the seizure, some of the information can obviously only be got by someone who saw the seizure, so you will need to talk to them. If no one saw it, just record what you know. If… Read More
Yes, electroconvulsive therapy can cause a seizure in people that have never had a seizure. However, beyond that, general electrical stimulation on the body (such as with a TENS machine) should not induce a seizure in a person who is not an epileptic.
Yes, seizure is the correct spelling. An example sentence is "Jake was rushed to the hospital after having a seizure".
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The grainy kinds
well, there are many types of seizures. if someone is having a grand mal, the person will become unconcious and either become stiff, jerk their body, or both. when someone has a simple partial seizure, you sometimes cant tell at all. but, when having a simple seizure, someones arm or leg will twitch or jerk. with a complex partial seizure, the person will become unconcious, and maybe jerk their body.
there are only two kinds, male and female. but if you mean how many kinds of species of mosquitoes, i don't know.....
If your friend is having a seizure, you will need to call for help. If the seizure is very bad, call 911.
A jacksonian seizure is a partial seizure characterized by tingling, stiffening, or jerking of an arm or leg. Loss of consciousness is rare. The seizure may progress in characteristic fashion along the limb.
A neurologist treats a variety of diseases that deal with the nervous system and the brain. Among these include, epilepsy, seizure disorders, some types of intractable pain, and Parkinson's Disease.
While someone is having a seizure they are semi-conscious, so they will not remember anything that happened during the seizure. They may remember feeling the seizure coming on, as most people get a warning feeling, known as an aura, before the seizure actually starts properly. Once the seizure is over, they will return to normal and remember that. They will normally know that they had a seizure. In the broader sense, many people who have… Read More
There is no difference.