Seizure is a word that arouses anxiety in listeners.

Seizures last thirty seconds to two minutes, and in fact these changes are the electrical activity of your brain cells that manifests as a seizure. Some seizures will be a manifestation of a major medical problem, so it is important to know the cause of the seizure.

If you are an adult who has had a seizure without a history, according to those around you, be aware that your high blood pressure may be the cause of a seizure.

Seizures may occur with strokes after a cerebrovascular events.

Seizure management will have a very important impact on your quality of life.


Seizure caused by high blood pressure

In the following, we will talk more about hypertension and seizures.

Doctors believe that the occurrence of seizures in the field of hypertension can lead to:


Studies show that the prevalence of arterial hypertension is the same in people with epilepsy and in people without epilepsy.

This means that people with seizures do not have more hypertension than other people.

Systemic hypertension can be transiently associated with seizures. Doctors say this increase in blood is associated with an increase in some types of epilepsy and a decrease in some other types of seizures.

Post-seizure hypotension, facilitated by medication, can create life-threatening conditions.

Many cases of SUDEP are due to postoperative hypotension.

Extensive seizures can cause loss of consciousness, in mild cases the person may only lose the power and ability to concentrate for a short time.

Recurrence of seizures despite diagnosis and treatment is called epilepsy.

High blood pressure can be one of the causes of seizures.

In pregnant women, the issue is a bit more serious. The occurrence of seizures in a pregnant woman is a very worrying sign that indicates eclampsia. Pregnant women who suffer from eclampsia or seizures have had a number of symptoms and manifestations such as high blood pressure in their pregnancy history before the seizures occurred.

Preeclampsia is a condition in which a pregnant woman experiences hypertension, visual changes, increased liver enzymes, and increased urinary protein excretion after the 20th week of pregnancy, mainly in late pregnancy without a previous history.

Preeclampsia will lead to eclampsia or maternal seizures and coma and maternal death, if not diagnosed and examined in time and not start treatment quickly.