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Symptoms of a seizure

Lizbeth Hernandez, Contributor

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Seizures are something that can not be prevented from getting and are also very serious, not to be played with. Teens, adults and even children can be affected with getting seizures. There are seven different types of seizures people can be affected with, each of them have different symptoms but are very similar. Seizures usually go on for 15-20 seconds but usually it depends on the type of seizure that occurs. If diagnosed with epilepsy, pills will be recommended and will have to be taken everyday depending on the seizure.

  • Losing consciousness, which is followed by confusion
  • Feeling dizziness
  • Feeling lightheaded
  • Having uncontrollable muscle spams
  • Clenching your teeth
  • Drooling or frothing at the mouth
  • Having sudden, rapid eye  movements

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