The human brain is the source of human epilepsy. Although the symptoms of a seizure may affect any part of the body, the electrical events that produce the symptoms occur in the brain. The location of that event, the extent of its reach with the tissue of the brain, and how long it lasts all have profound effects.I also found out when my husband became epileptic, that this wed page help me out a lot.I have done many years of research in order to find out many questions I also had.Hope this help you out.http://www.epilepsyfoundation.org/aboutepilepsy/seizures/index.cfm
Electrical signals collide and thus information is not reached at a critical destination. This happens when the messaging signals are out of sync, sort of like if you had a street system with no traffic lights.
I had two chronic seizures of my own , I had fell off my bed and gotten a big bump on my head , and the one before that , I had just spaced out did not know what had happen ,only I woken up as I was I turning over off my bed .