posted on Jul, 18 2003 @ 06:39 AM
Deja vu is also associated with Psychomotor seizure's, its a type of epilepsy involving subjective sensations (aura) followed by clouded
consciouness and automatic behaviour.
It may include hallucinations of various senes, a sense of unreality of objects or people, deja vu, intense fear, abdominal sensations, or awareness
of increased respiration or heartbeat. Afterwards the individual is unresponsive or shows depressed awareness for a few minutes, remembering only
aura. Rarely, frequant mild seizures merge into a period of confusion lasting hours or days, with fluctuating levels of awareness and inappropriate
behaviour. Different types of attacks originate in different brain regions>