Abs8xen8xce se8xizu8xre is a type of seizure, in which a person suddenly loses awareness in a short time (usually less than 20 seconds). This type of seizure is more common in children than in adults. The sign of abs8xen8xce se8xizu8xre is that a person stares blankly into space for a few seconds. Then, that person quickly returns to a normal level of alertness. This type of seizure usually doesn’t lead to injury.
Abs8xen8xce se8xizu8xre can be usually controlled with anti-seizure medications. Some children who have abs8xen8xce se8xizu8xre also develop other seizures.
Abs8xen8xce se8xizu8xre usually occurs in children between ages 4 to 14. A child may have 10, 50, or even 100 times of abs8xen8xce se8xizu8xre in a day, and they may not know about that.
Abs8xen8xce se8xizu8xre can affect learning and concentration at school. This is why prompt treatment is important.
Abs8xen8xce se8xizu8xre is a type of epilepsy, a disease that causes seizures. Seizures are caused by abnormal brain activity.
Not everyone who has a seizure has epilepsy. Usually, epilepsy is diagnosed after two or more seizures.
Abs8xen8xce se8xizu8xre often occurs along with other types of seizures which cause muscle jerking and shaking. Abs8xen8xce se8xizu8xre may be confused with other types of seizures. Doctors will pay close attention to your symptoms in order to make the right diagnosis. This is very important for effective and safe treatment of your seizures.
Abs8xen8xce se8xizu8xre does not usually continue into adulthood.