I've noticed that when I have a seizure, I actually feel like my brain is being "electrically shocked" in specific areas. This is not the case for every seizure I have, nor every type seizure I have. I have noticed it has been pinpointed to about 3 seperate locations in my brain. I am wondering if this is normal or a common event to have a sense of feeling where the seizure is occurring? I'm not even sure that is technically what happens but it feels as if I can tell where in my own brain the… read more
The brain is so complex that it's extremely hard to fathom the exact reason because everyone’s brain is different. I also tremor and fade out for a few seconds, and have Grand-Mals now and again. But it all depends on where on the brain does the seizure starts and its triggers. When I seize my entire brain goes out of whack because neurologists can’t find the exact starting point because it spreads all over my brain so quickly, so I get all of the above. That can be a possibility. The starting point and its function.
Yeah I can feel mines when it comes I can't breathe
I feel my seizures coming on me stutter an twitch before I go into it I can normally stop myself from it billowing into a full on seizures
Yes, I feel like my head is electrified with some of my seizures. I say my head is lighting up as it feels like an electrical charge creeps up my neck and move about my head. Usually it's in motion and fades with the seizure. It's been a normal component of my seizures.
@A MyEpilepsyTeam Member this is why i got this youtube channel... i hope this helps... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JV88yyMO3o8&...
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