Continuing from my previous question, sometimes I also felt very cold in a room that was not cold and then continued with difficulty breathing like there was no oxygen and convulsions. How about this condition?
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If you feel cold at room temperature that is not too cold accompanied by shortness of breath and seizures, it may be caused by an epilepsy. Epilepsy is a condition where an abnormal electrical charge occurs in the brain. Epilepsy can occur both at a young age. Epilepsy consists of various types, so epilepsy can cause a variety of symptoms. Shortness of breath can be one of the early signs of epilepsy. Seizures in epilepsy can usually be in the form of whole body spasms, or seizures in just one part of the body.
But other than that, the seizures that you experience can also be caused by other causes such as:
Meningitis / inflammation of the lining of the brain
Hormonal disorders such as hypothyroidism
the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs
Therefore, to determine the exact cause of your situation, you should check directly with a neurologist so that the doctor can examine your condition directly. Maybe later additional tests will be carried out such as blood tests, X-rays, EEG, or CT scan if necessary.
The following article you can read about epilepsy
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