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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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While sugar, soy, dairy foods and wheat products are typical culprits, any food that precipitates allergic reactions can trigger seizures, warns Dr. Lawrence Wilson. Food additives, such as monosodium glutamate, or MSG, ... More »

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Stress is often identified as a seizure trigger by the individuals who have experienced the seizures, especially epileptic seizures, according to the National Institutes of Health. Most studies have focused on how stress... More »

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MedlinePlus explains that all types of seizures result from sudden disorganized electrical activity in the brain, which sends abnormal signals that cause changes in the body's behavior and mental condition. There are man... More »

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An increased platelet count, or thrombocythemia, can cause blood clots that travel to the brain, feet and hands, according to Healthline. The symptoms include numbness in the fingers and toes, dizziness, headache, heart ... More »

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