By Mr. Brink - 09/03/2018 06:10 - Austria - Wilhelmsburg
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Can those lights really turn on and off at such a high speed to trigger seizures?? I thought they had to be strobing to do that.
It could be that the light was a certain colour, or that the *ahem* rough n' tumble was visually disorienting enough to tag team the clapper and create a strobe-like effect. I personally have not excluded the possibility that the Brinks have been spliced with hummingbird DNA. If wings can beat that fast, then...
Allie, with Epilepsy(i have lived with it for at least the last 18 years) any flashing lights could cause a seizure. whether it be slow or fast. really depends on the type of Epilepsy the person has(there are many different types with many different triggers) OP, Get her to a Neurologist ASAP and have her checked;CT, MRI,and most importantly a EEG test. having seizures and not getting them under control can cause damage to many parts of the brain causing memory loss, fine motor skills, muscle control and the worst possible outcome--SUDEP(Sudden Unexpected Death from Epilepsy) Be Well and I hope for the best for you and your wife.