Trying to live a “normal” life while managing Epilepsy can be difficult. How are you balancing life and epilepsy?
Have you ever felt like your doctor or health care team doesn’t have the whole picture of how your epilepsy affects you on a day-to-day basis? Now Epilepsy Health Storylines has a new feature just for Android users that will get you a little closer to that complete picture when you are … Read More
After college I moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina to teach English. The thought of being tethered to my neurologist and pharmacy drove me insane! Being told that I couldn’t travel alone simply inspired me to do so! The fact is, having epilepsy means you have a higher risk of early death, which for me translates to “experience what life has to offer, right now!”
Our world revolved around seizures; therefore, many of our family “traditions” were altered. Epilepsy wasn’t an “if” it was a “when”, “where” and “how” in our lives. This was magnified on holidays and events through the stages of Clayton’s journey, especially when he was first hospitalized. As time progressed, though, we learned … Read More