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3 Critical Warning Signs of an Approaching Seizure

an elderly man sitting on a black sofa waiting for a seizure
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According to research, roughly 10% of people will have a seizure at some point during their lifetime. As a sudden and uncontrolled change in the brain’s activity, a seizure triggers violent shaking, stiffness, twitching, and temporary loss of consciousness. If the patient fails to get diagnosed and treated on time, the symptoms may exacerbate and become progressively worse and longer in duration.

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Top Treatments for Seizures and Tremors

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Both seizures and tremors are serious conditions that trigger involuntary shaking in the body. Symptoms generally include violent shaking of the legs and arms, loss of control, confusion, changes in behavior, and a quavering voice, among others. Epilepsy and Parkinson’s disease are two of the most common conditions that cause seizures and tremors.

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