Explore the World Of Epilepsy



3 New year’s goals for your Mental Health
3 New Year’s goals for your Mental health It is a new year, and I am going to be working on one of the most important things in a person’s life, my mental health. Out of all the goals...
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Key things to know about Winter Depression
Key things to know about winter depression Welcome to the wonderful winter weather of the year and to some welcome winter depression. Now the question is what is winter depression? How does...
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Epilepsy and FND
epilepsy and FND  As people, like me, who are diagnosed with epilepsy we know the symptoms and side effects of the seizures and the medicine we take. But what if a loved one you know has...
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Regenerative cells and Epilepsy
 Regenerative Cells and Epilepsy What do regenerative cells and epilepsy have to do with each other? In the last decade, there has been a breakthrough in mankind’s ability with regenerative...
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cannabis and Epilepsy
cannabis and Epilepsy In the small town I grew up in, the older generation smoked cannabis, or what they called pot all the time to help them relax after long days of work. As a teenager, I...
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Epilepsy Awareness
Epilepsy Awareness November is a good time of the year, you can recover from all the candy you have eaten because of Halloween and tricker treating, see family and friends on Thanksgiving,...
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What is Epilepsy to a patient

To a doctor epilepsy is a neurological disorder marked by sudden episodes of sensory disturbance, loss of consciousness, or convulsions caused by electrical abnormal activities in the brain. But what is Epilepsy to a patient? Before getting too far in, my name is John. I am a certified peer recovery specialist and a person who has dealt with epilepsy for the last 34 years.

Epilepsy: My Story

Epilepsy: My Story? As a child, I never understood why I ever deserved epilepsy. To me, it was scary and an embarrassment. I only had seizures during my sleep for most of my childhood. This was a good thing for me because in my young mind, having epilepsy and grand mal seizures was a complete embarrassment to me.

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