My Essential Guide to Epilepsy.

November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month. As many as 1 in 26 people will develop epilepsy during their lifetime. Here is my essential guide to epilepsy.

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7 thoughts on “My Essential Guide to Epilepsy.

  1. I had never heard about the connection to diet, although it shouldn’t be surprising considering how our diet is linked to so many other health issues. Years ago, I worked with someone who had epilepsy. She had a couple of seizures in the office. It was scary—especially because noone really seemed to know what to do.

  2. This is one of those topics I always wanted to learn more about but never had the chance to dive into. It was great to read this post, it covers all the essential and useful information, including what to do if we witness someone going through an episode. I feel I’m more aware now and capable to help. Thank you for sharing!

  3. I had an epilepsy test a few months ago to see if that could explain some of my unexplainable symptoms. The photo sensitivity didn’t show anything, however. It’s great to see someone talking about this condition. Thanks for the information

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