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How To Avoid Food Triggered Seizures | Tonic Clonic Seizure Epilepsy | Rise Health

How To Avoid Food Triggered Seizures | Tonic Clonic Seizure Epilepsy | Rise Health

Seizures happen when brain cells (neurons) get electrically overloaded or "short circuited," which leads to a change of consciousness, collapse and usually convulsions.[1] Seizures are the main symptom of a brain condition called epilepsy, although many factors can trigger one-time or occasional seizures, such as stress, head injuries, dehydration, low blood sugar, some foods and a variety of chemicals found in food. No single food or… read more

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