5 Tips to Live Well with Epilepsy
For people with epilepsy , the onset of recurring seizures can be frightening. While many people with the condition live full and active lives, including driving a vehicle, working outside the home and playing sports, it may be necessary to make some lifestyle changes.Read more
“Hippie Single DAD, vet, Honest”
Since: Apr 11
Steamboat Sprgs Colorado
#1 Apr 21, 2013
I understood the pts. made all to well.
Understanding what you can & can't do with a lot of conditions is always key. I spent yrs. ignoring some of them & am sure I paid a price for it.
I noticed this mainly because of the words in the first paragraph,about being frightened or scared of recurring szs.
I actually had a LOT of T.C. szs. for 15 yrs. before I understood how scared others can be with this. Part of it may have been a tuff guy persona,while a lot of it had to do with how much I had positive in my life & I saw it as more of an annoyance,also my general attitude with life has always been to be thankful for what I have & we don't have to look far to see something much worse.
I struggle sometimes because I am not sure what to say to others when discussing this & I say this has never scared me,they are looking to me for encouragement, so understanding how frightening the thought of what their next move, or what their next nights sleep might bring is hard for me.
This is not the same physical problem that so many other health issues are,in that it also has & can have a serious VERY deep seated mental side to it. It may not destroy you physically but it will drive you insane faster than anything I have seen .
Understanding our body & minds is easier when we take small steps. Knowing this just mis firing of neurons has to be 1st.
I could ramble all day with things I've learned ,but would rather leave it ,with my thoughts & true concerns for others for people that struggle with this. Take small steps & laughter is now as much a requirement as all the meds in the world . smiling is positive thing. Peace. Rick
Since: Dec 11
#2 Aug 1, 2013
Living with epilepsy presents unique challenges. For most people with this condition. Here Superdrugsaver top physician suggest you some tips to live well with epilepsy. Keep dairy with you.Pen down about seizure, when they occur, what happens, what you're doing, if you experience strange sensations before they occur.Make the most of your appointments. Like to share your epilepsy diary with you health care provider.Speak up when you think you need a different type dosage of medication to get the best control of your seizures. Make sure you are discussing side effects of medications with your doctors.You can also build a health care team, build a health care team that includes your doctors, nurses, pharmacist and caregivers. If you are having difficulty controlling your seizures, you may want to see a physician who specializes in epilepsy, called an epidemiologist.It is better if you taking your medication as prescribed. Also check your prescriptions when you pick them up from the pharmacy to ensure they are correct.Get plenty of sleep and avoid to have alcohol.
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