You can minimize your risk of injury during seizures that occur while you're sleeping. These suggestions—using a baby monitor and an anti-suffocation pillow—can help keep you safe while you snooze.
Seizures account for one-third of all medically related car accidents in the U.S. every year. If you drive, work with your doctor to make sure your seizures are under control.
When you’re employed and living with epilepsy, it’s smart to know your rights when it comes to discrimination, unlawful termination and other legal issues. Learn which resources can help keep your work environment a safe and supportive one.