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Seizure Disorders

What Are Some Potential Causes of Nonepileptic Seizures?

Epilepsy, also called seizure disorder, describes a condition in which a person experiences two or more unprovoked seizures, accor...

Can Exercise Cause Seizures?

Seizures result from abnormal electrical activity in the brain; the type of seizure you have will depend on what part of the brain...

Creatine & Seizures

Seizures are not a common side effect of using creatine. Creatine is a dietary supplement commonly used to enhance body building p...

Colas & Seizures

Colas and soft drinks have been implicated in the press and on the web as causing seizures. Several different ingredients and asso...

Medicines to Stop a Seizure

Seizures--also called convulsions--occur when abnormal electrical signals in the brain cause simultaneous activity in the nerve ce...

Stomatitis, High Fevers & Seizures in Children

Stomatitis is a viral infection caused by a Herpes virus hominis, also known as herpes simplex virus -- HSV. It is mainly seen in ...

About Seizures During Sleep

Seizures are due to electrical activity in the brain, which results in changes in consciousness and movement. Symptoms of seizures...

Early Warning Signs of a Seizure

A seizure is a burst of electrical activity in the brain. A seizure can last from a few seconds to more than 30 minutes. Several t...

Simple Partial Seizure Symptoms

According to the National Institute of of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, approximately 60 percent of seizures suffered by thos...

What Are the Symptoms of Petit Mal Seizures?

When you think of seizures, you might think of a person falling to the ground. But petit mal seizures, which belong to a category ...
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