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A person has epilepsy seizures because of a disturbance in the electrical activity of the brain, according to Healthline. These electrical disturbances may happen when a person is exposed to a specific scenario, such as ... More »

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Eclampsia, high fevers in children, psychological problems and migraines can cause seizures that are not related to epilepsy, notes WebMD. Some people experience first seizures, which may be brought on by drugs or anesth... More »

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Early warning signs of an epileptic seizure include numbness or tingling throughout the body, unusual body sensations, confusion, headache, and weakness, according to the Epilepsy Foundation. Other seizure warning signs ... More »

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