I've been noticing on social media that some people with epilepsy are starting to lose hope in becoming seizure free and accomplishing goals. Yes, having epilepsy or just having seizure and not having epilepsy can be very difficult, emotionally and physically.
This is why I have decided to list a few famous people that have experienced the struggle when dealing with epilepsy.
It's almost the end of my first semester at college so I decided to update you all about my life. So far the classes seem fairly easy, but that has to do with my constant studying and not letting myself get involved in drama. The only downside about attending Niagara County Community College is the dorms. If there is any advice I can give you girls, don't dorm until you already made arrangements with your friends.
Hello my fellow viewers! Sorry for the lack of posts in the past 6 months. I have been very busy with assignments that had been piling in my folder. This year I had to write a short story and it wasn't something that you had a lot of control of so that was pretty difficult.
If you have epilepsy you might have encountered someone online or in person who is dealing with this. Psychogenic Non-epileptic Seizures also known as PNES is when someone is having reoccurring events that resemble epileptic seizures but the characteristics of electrical charges that is associated with
There are probably a lot of people who know more about the epilepsy do's then the epilepsy don'ts. That is mainly because we all have our own limitations but we all are told, by our doctors, the same steps to maintaining our neurological disorder.
Todays talk is about epilepsy and teenagers. I decided to write about this because even though I am 18 and considered an adult I still feel like a teenager sometimes. From my constantly complaining about high school drama to my tantrums with my father, whom I love dearly.
Epilepsy is more than just a stare and I have said this many time than I could count. That's because it is true.
This isn’t going to involve advance facts with statistics and all the mumbo jumbo that you have been recently reading. This is going to be about what all people with epilepsy should have on them at all times, even if its weird.
I know this has nothing to do with epilepsy but it has been something that I have been noticing since I became a senior. In the beginning I was a top notch student, I stayed on class assignments, informed my teachers if I missed something or didn't understand something. In all honestly I was amazed by my determination to succeed, because freshman I didn't give a crap.
It's 2017 and everything has been CRAZY! Midterms are coming up which means I have to turn in my government assignments and present my final project in college and careers. I guess a positive to 2017 is meeting an amazing guy on Coffee Meets Bagel. It's kind of funny because I told myself when I was younger, "Saaim you will never date a guy from the internet." Now here I am dating a guy for almost a month and still going strong. Honestly, I don't even know how he puts up with me
Most people with epilepsy are able to stop the seizures from happening by taking epilepsy medication such as: Lamictal, Keppra, Topamax, Epitril and many others. There are some out there with epilepsy who cannot control their seizures with medication and there for have to go on a diet called Ketogenic diet.
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I post daily about my life as well as tips on how to deal with epilepsy. I have a youtube channel where I will continue to spread awareness about epilepsy.