Have you heard? Good habits can help reduce the likelihood of seizures. Find out how diet and exercise can keep you safe and heal.
Partial-onset seizures feel different, depending on where in the brain they start. Varied symptoms and sensations can clue you in on what part of the brain your seizures are affecting.
Are you getting enough sleep? The NIH recommends that adults get at least 7 to 8 hours per night. Getting good rest can help reduce the risk of having a seizure. Read on to learn how to improve your sleep.
With epilepsy often comes memory loss, and with memory loss often comes embarrassment. It can be humbling to admit you can’t remember something simple, but these fun one-liners can help you diffuse the embarrassment of forgetfulness.