A seizure is a sudden, uncontrolled electric disruption in the brain. Having 2 or more seizures at least 24 hours apart that aren't induced by an identifiable cause is normally considered to be epilepsy. Most seizure disorders can be managed with medication, but management of seizures can still have a significant effect on your daily life. Fortunately is that you can deal with your physician to balance seizure control and drug side effects. Physicians usually categorize seizures as either focal or generalized, based on exactly how and where abnormal brain task starts. Seizures might be classified as unknown onset, if how the seizure began isn't understood.
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