What triggers the seizures?
Seizures may appear to be brought on by a trigger such as lack of sleep or a high level of stress. However, the triggers alone do not explain why a seizure has occurred. All that is known so far is that certain people seem to be more prone to having seizures than others, sometimes referred to as having a "low seizure threshold" which could be due to their genetic makeup. However, the actual cause of seizures is still unknown, and tests are still being conducted to see if a cause can be found.
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