Transitions between sleep and wake are vulnerable times for the epileptic,
seizures do occur in that state. It is most worth your while to get your head
checked with a sleep-deprived EEG.
In article <64vpv0$bsi at news1-alterdial.UU.NET> "theri"
<theri at worldcontrol.org> writes:>From: "theri" <theri at worldcontrol.org>
>Subject: Brain Zapped
>Date: Wed, 19 Nov 1997 14:41:29 -0800
> Before i run off and spend some huge amount of cash on medical tests, i
>was wondering if anyone had heard of this...
> For the last couple of years as i'm going to sleep, and i'm at that
>place betwen awake and sleep i get a profound sense of vertigo thats joined
>with what's in my head is an audible bang or zap, and in my mind's eye i see
>a very bright yellowish flash. It may happen one to five times a night and
>it only happens as i'm about to go to sleep.
> If this is the wrong forum to ask in, please direct me to a more
>appropriate newsgroup/location :).
> Thank you all,
> theri (asking on a friend's behalf)