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Tips for Healthy Sleep

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.



6 Tips for Managing Stress and Epilepsy

Life is unpredictable. One moment everything is fine—and then something comes out of left field. Maybe it’s a job loss, a breakup or a natural disaster, and it causes some serious stress.



Should You Try a Clinical Trial?

Participating in a clinical trial may be daunting at first—experimental treatments, changing your routine, and going into the unknown can be scary. But it can also be a very positive experience that offers participants access to promising new treatments not yet available on the market.



How to Say “I Can’t Remember”

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.