Epilepsy (Seizures)

About- Epilepsy also called seizure disorder is a neurological disorder that causes frequent seizures (sudden rush of electrical activity in the brain).
 
Symptoms-
Epilepsy Confusion
Epilepsy Fearfulness
Epilepsy Loss of consciousness or awareness
Epilepsy Memory problem
Epilepsy Panic or anger
Epilepsy Psychic symptoms such as fear, anxiety
Epilepsy Repetitive movements
Epilepsy Short blackouts
Epilepsy Sudden falling
Epilepsy Sudden spells of blinking or chewing
Epilepsy Sudden stiffness
Epilepsy Uncontrollable jerking and shaking called a "fit"
 
Causes-
Epilepsy AIDS
Epilepsy Alcohol misuse
Epilepsy Alzheimer’s disease
Epilepsy Autism
Epilepsy Brain tumors
Epilepsy Dementia
Epilepsy Drug abuse 
Epilepsy Genetic influence
Epilepsy Head trauma
Epilepsy Lack of oxygen to the brain
Epilepsy Meningitis
Epilepsy Neurofibromatosis
Epilepsy Prenatal injury
Epilepsy Scarring on the brain after a brain injury
Epilepsy Serious illness
Epilepsy Strokes
Epilepsy Traumatic brain injury
Epilepsy Very high fever
Epilepsy Viral encephalitis
 
Specialist to visit
Neurologist Neurologist

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References-
https://en.wikipedia.org
https://www.mayoclinic.org
https://www.healthline.com
https://www.epilepsy.com
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com
https://www.webmd.com
https://www.who.int
https://www.nhs.uk

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