It is well known that people with dementia are more likely to have seizures. Read about the link between Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s disease and seizures.
Do you know what happens in the brain during a seizure? Read our simple guide to learn what happens at the level of brain cells and neurons.
Epilepsy is the main cause of seizures, but people can also experience non-epileptic dissociative seizures and psychogenic seizures. Learn more.
Myoclonic seizures are a type of seizure that cause jerks in your muscles. Find out what triggers myoclonic seizures, how they’re diagnosed and treated.
Benign rolandic epilepsy is the most common type of childhood epilepsy. Learn about benign rolandic seizures and how they are diagnosed and treated.
Having a brain tumor and seizures is very common. Read about the link between epilepsy and brain tumors and how it’s treated.
Are you living with complex partial seizures (also known as focal impaired awareness seizures)? Learn what they are, how they’re diagnosed & treated.
An introduction to Dravet Syndrome - a rare but severe form of epilepsy. Learn about Dravet Syndrome symptoms, treatment and support available to you
Status epilepticus is a seizure that lasts longer than 5 minutes. Learn about status epilepticus treatment, how to recognize it and the risks.