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Can You Explain How U Experience A Deja Vu Aura ?

Can You Explain How U Experience A Deja Vu Aura ?

hi
have question about aura deja vu
I have focal epilepsy. I've never totally understood what deja vu feels like subjectively.
today I was really stress out about a situation. I could feel my blood boil. then went I was walk to the shop and there was a early autumn wind. I got the same feeling of a time I was studying abroad in the start of term, ( it was a very pleasant feeling to felt exactly as if I was back it that city. but my surrounding were my home town, and I was aware of that, it… read more

A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

My auras with deja vu change. Sometimes they are like I've dreamed something in the past and I am remembering or living it now. It is weird and kind of hard to describe. It is just a strange sensation to me, that is the best I can say, like a odd daydream you can't really shake yourself from. I'm usually aware of it, but I'm just floating through it. Sometimes it is just like a regular daydream and sometimes it is almost like a anxiety attack. It varies for me.

posted almost 2 years ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

Not all of my auras are of the deja vu type, but whenever I have one it is the feeling as if I have already lived this moment.
Here are some more details from the Mayo Clinic
https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/...

posted almost 2 years ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

a deja vu seisures is a tingling that expressed euphoria, deja vu or fear.

posted almost 2 years ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

A deja vu feeling or an aura are the things that trigger my seizures. When i have an aura, thats basically a warning that a seizure is going to happen. I have to get into a calm quiet place where there is no activity going on around me in order to get it to go away. People experience them in different ways depending on what types of seizures they have and what part of the brain their seizures come from.

posted almost 2 years ago
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member said:

I don't know what is going on with you because we're not the same every time I got a seizure it was sleep, it's really hard I don't know what's happening to me but when I woke up I can't stand and sometimes my mouth hurts and have blood. The whole day I was only in the bed room. So much pain, I feel tired and dizzy.

posted almost 2 years ago
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