Symptoms of Epilepsy
The symptoms are dependent on the severity and form of epilepsy of the patient. Since they can occur in and affect any part of the body, they are accompanied by different sensations and functions. During an epilepsy attack, the symptoms may be staring, blinking and twitching of eyelids and other parts. A general physical imbalance with dizziness and fainting accompanied by a loss of memory after regaining consciousness could be a possible symptom. Gnarled fingers and deviant mouth positions could be results of Seizure Disorder attacks. Clenched teeth, tongue caught between teeth and drooling are also common symptoms.