In this article, you’ll learn and discover how the ‘push-pull’ dynamic in brain network is key to stopping seizures.
Imagine not being able to drive, shower alone or even work because you are never quite sure when the next seizure will leave you incapacitated. Hope may be on the horizon for epilepsy patients who have had limited success with seizure drugs.
Struggling to cope with the emotional pain of epilepsy. An invisible disorder that many people struggle to live with on a daily basis.
In this article, I want to discuss how to cope with your feelings, learning how to deal with the endless emotions you experience living with epilepsy.
Understand the Causes of a Person’s Epilepsy
About 3.4 million Americans, or 1.2 percent of the population, have active epilepsy. Although the majority respond to medication, between 20 and 40 percent of patients with epilepsy continue to have seizures even after trying […]
By Honor Whiteman While a number of studies have suggested that marijuana may be effective for reducing seizures, new research cautions that potent and synthetic forms of the drug have the opposite effect.Researchers suggest that the use […]
Epidiolex is made using cannabidiol but doesn’t contain high-inducing THC. by Maggie Fox The Food and Drug Administration approved the prescription cannabidiol medicine Monday to treat rare and severe forms of epilepsy. FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott […]