Setting Yourself Up for Seizure
April 10, 2019
About one in 10 people has had a seizure during their lifetime. This surge of electrical activity in the brain has some everyday causes that have nothing to do with serious neurological disorders. Even so, you should always get checked out by a doctor after a seizure.
Common Seizure Causes
Between 5 and 20 percent of people with epilepsy may be misdiagnosed and in fact suffer from seizures provoked by anxiety or underlying trauma.
Low Blood Sugar
Drop too low and your brain has trouble functioning normally.
One-third of our lives is spent sleeping. Lack of sleep’s restorative properties is a powerful trigger.