You may have the medical condition known as the Epilepsy syndrome.
There are many different kinds of epilepsies from (using an older
terminology) grand mal to petit mal. Your description may be a faint,
faint kind of Jacksonian march. There are many non-convulsive
epilepsies and occasionally clients will make remarks somewhat like
some of the comments you made. Years ago Walter C. Alvarez, M.D.,
wrote a book about the often difficult to detect non-convulsive types
of epilepsies titled Nerves In Collision which may be available through
the national library system.
In article <37A14380.8888D0BF at bright.net>,
Randy Timmerman <rltmail at bright.net> wrote:
> I have been getting what I call charges for many years now. I have
> asked many people about them, but I am no closer to figuring out what
> they are. There is really no way to discribe it, the closest way to
> describe it would be the feeling that you get with a cold chill but
> instead of the cold chill it feels like a surge of energy rushing
> through my body. I almost want to describe it as static electricity,
> but that is no where near what it feels like. Sometimes they are
> trigured by a strong emotion, other times they start up for no
> reason. They can come and go in the matter of a split second or last
> to several minutes. Sometimes they are located in a particular part
> my body, othertimes they are throughout my entire body. The only time
> that I have ever heard of anyone else ever having anything like this
> a lady on tv who was a healing hand while she decribed the feeling
> she gets when she heals. However, she said that she only got it in
> arms, I get it everywhere.
>> I know that this sounds strange, but all that I really want to know is
> what causes it.
>> Has anyone ever heard of someone else that has this. Or does anyone
> have any idea what it could be.
>> Does anyone know of any type of medical condition that may cause this.
>> I would greatly appreciate any information that anyone could give me.
>> Thank you for your time.
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