Seizures fall under two categories: epileptic and nonepileptic. Epileptic seizures are what we refer to as seizure disorders, as they occur more than once and lack an apparent trigger. Several disorders of the brain, such as structural irregularities, strokes, or tumor formation, can result in seizure disorders. Nonepileptic seizures are provoked by a reversible ailment or condition affecting the brain, including bacterial infections, stroke, head trauma, or an adverse reaction to a drug. During a seizure, the electrical activity within the brain is regularly interrupted, resulting in a period of cerebral dysfunction. Doctors will commonly diagnose a seizure based on symptoms alone, but brain and blood tests are needed to confirm the cause.
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