KO Seizures

January 31, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

 

What Causes Them

 

A seizure is a sudden abnormal electrical disturbance in the brain. This can be induced with Kyusho, especially when heavier power levels are used. The following are the symptoms that can be observed:

  • Strange movement of your head, body, arms, legs, or eyes, such as stiffening or shaking
  • Unresponsiveness and staring
  • Chewing, lip smacking, or fumbling movements
  • Strange smells, sounds, feelings, tastes, or visual images
  • Sudden tiredness or dizziness
  • Not being able to speak or understand others

The majority of seizures are short and do not result in significant injury. Seizures usually last only a few seconds or minutes, but can sometimes continue for 5 to 10 minutes. The victim may have a bladder or bowel accident or bite their tongue during a seizure.

After a seizure, the victim may be drowsy, weak, confused or have a hard time talking to or understanding others. After a severe seizure, one that lasts longer than 2 minutes, it may be harder for you to stand, walk or take care of yourself for a few days or even longer. This in part is due to the locking of muscles, tendons and joints, as well as the stress on all physiological functions.

So it is Vital for Kyusho practitioners to know what to do to keep restore the individual and minimize the stress placed on the body during a seizure.

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