Trust me, you wake up TOTALLY EXHAUSTED, as if you never went to bed. And wonder why the **** you did. aperbag: URG. As long as I take certain supplements, and watch my diet, these are now under much better control, but when I slip up, they slip in........occasionally. They make me GROUCHY.electrographic seizures are simply the brain seizing all night, with no physical manifestations at all
Meetz, I don't know if this is the same but it reminds me of when I was in the hospital doing my EEG and my neuro came in Friday and said, "You will definitely not make it though the weekend without seizing since there's a lot of activity. So be careful of your surroundings and try to stay in the bed." He was right and I ended up having 2 on Sunday (one TC).the electrographic seizures are simply the brain seizing all night, with no physical manifestations at all,
You know, i do the same. Sometimes i'm aware of it because my teeth creak from being crushed together. I think i do grind my teeth as well though, cos i had one smash in my mouth once. Not nice when i woke up lol.I found that when I first switched to Lamictal I clenched my teeth at night. I don't think I was grinding my teeth though.