Many people experience an aura before seizures. What is an aura in epilepsy and what are the common aura seizure symptoms? Learn more in this article.
Tonic clonic seizures are the most widely known type of epilepsy seizure. Learn what they are and find out about tonic clonic seizure treatment in the Epsy blog
Did you know that 3.4 million people in the US have epilepsy? That makes it the 4th most prevalent neurological (brain) disorder in the country.
An EEG is a test that can help find out if you have epilepsy (and other conditions). Read about the different types of EEG and what EEGs show.
Has your doctor spoken to you about ‘generalized’ or ‘focal’ seizures? Physicians use these words to describe where in the brain a seizure started – but medical terms are often confusing!
People experience seizures in many ways. Some lose control of their muscles and shake. Others may show no outward symptoms, but instead experience an unusual smell or taste. What is going on in our brain during a seizure?
What do the terms refractory, uncontrolled, intractable and drug resistant epilepsy mean? Find out in the Epsy health blog.
When you think back to your last few seizures, do you notice any patterns in how you felt or what you were doing before they happened?