Possible causes of seizures in children include epilepsy, head injuries or diseases, according to Boston Children's Hospital. However, most childhood seizures have no apparent cause and do not create long-lasting problem... More »

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Seizures in children indicate epilepsy, according to WebMD. Doctors check for changes in blood sugar, blood pressure and stress levels before rendering an epilepsy diagnosis for children. More »

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Common causes of seizures include missing medication doses, heavy alcohol use, lack of sleep and drug use, says WebMD. These factors are especially likely to trigger seizures in people with epilepsy. More »

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Some causes of seizures in older cats are acute poisoning, head injuries, stroke, metabolic disorders and epilepsy, states WebMD. Kidney and liver failure can also cause seizures. Bee sting reactions and fainting related... More »

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According to WebMD, seizures in infants can be caused by epilepsy, head injuries, certain illnesses, lack of oxygen and fever. The effects of seizures can be limited to the area of the brain in which they occur, or they ... More »

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Examples of rare diseases include abetalipoproteinemia, achondroplasia, Eisenmenger syndrome, Kabuki syndrome and mal de debarquement, according to National Organization for Rare Disorders, Mayo Clinic, WebMD and the Bos... More »

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One of the major causes of nocturnal seizures in adults is autosomal dominant nocturnal frontal lobe epilepsy, states Mayo Clinic. This is a rare genetic condition, but people with a parent that has it have a 50 percent ... More »

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