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    Question Question;

    Does anything know/ think that getting very excited, (in a goood, way,) and really
    deeply involved in a conversation about something they were really passionate about, develop into
    auras, followed by a seizure? Do you think, that, kind of excitement could do something to the
    brain? Do you think, someone who could have seizures, needs to be more low key?

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    Hi Phyllis,

    There could be a possibility that all of the excitment you are feeling can in turn effect the nervous system firing up neurons in the brain and then iit triggers a sz. Most of the time it happens when a person is under
    stress as I'm sure you know. Now you have me curious and I think I will study this a little to learn more. Here's wishing You Well and May God Bless You!

    Sue

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    Howdy Ponygirl!

    Of course there is a possibility...

    I would suggest keeping a seizure log and finding out what your own personal triggers are.

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    If one keeps a complete log; including previous activities, illnesses, etc. in time one may be able to see a pattern developing.

    e.g.; I found that I had a seizure 2 or 3 days before I developed my first symptoms of an illness or within a day after getting a scrape or a deep cut. This lead me to the conclusion that seizures were an indication that my immune system was kicking in to fight something off.
    Last edited by howdydave; 04-06-2012 at 10:49 AM. Reason: add what I learned from keeping a log
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    Thumbs up Sue, I *knew*, I could count on you to come to my rescue, thank you!

    Yeah, I *thought*, something like that could bring on a seizure! I knew, all of that hideous laughing.
    *had*, to affect the brain?! Especially, my poor little pea-brain who, isn't used, to all of that!!...Lol
    I'm glad I was able to provide you with some food for thought and thank you for replying to mine!!
    As always, I truly appreciate how much you share so much of your knowledge with us!!:)

    Phyllis



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    Dave, thank you!:) That's a wonderful idea!!:)

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    Hi Phyllis,

    I'm glad I was able to help you out. I sure wish I could tell you more. It's wonderful having you and everyone else here on braintalk as a good friend.
    Thanks for all of your support and Understanding. May God Bless You!

    Sue

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