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August 23, 2021

The difference between epileptic and dissociative seizures

Epilepsy is the main cause of seizures, but people can also experience non-epileptic dissociative seizures and psychogenic seizures. Learn more.
About Epilepsy
August 23, 2021

Epilepsy stories: Bree, SoCalEpilepsy

Meet Breanna (@socalepilepsy) a music fan and teaching graduate from California. Diagnosed with epilepsy over 13 years ago, Breanna has drug resistant catamenial epilepsy and experiences tonic clonic seizures. Read her story below.
Epsy Community
August 23, 2021

What is a myoclonic seizure? Everything you need to know

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.
About Epilepsy
August 2, 2021

Folic acid and epilepsy when you’re pregnant

Read about folic acid and epilepsy when pregnant. Epilepsy drugs can affect folic acid levels in your body. This vitamin is important during pregnancy
Lifestyle & Wellness
August 2, 2021

7 Olympic athletes with epilepsy

Did you know about these pro athletes with epilepsy? Olympians have reached the pinnacle of their sports. We profile Olympic athletes with epilepsy
Lifestyle & Wellness
July 15, 2021

What is benign rolandic epilepsy?

Benign rolandic epilepsy is the most common type of childhood epilepsy. Learn about benign rolandic seizures and how they are diagnosed and treated.
About Epilepsy
July 12, 2021

Swimming with epilepsy: everything you need to know

Swimming with epilepsy can be safe as long as you take precautions. Learn how to swim with epilepsy and what to do if you have seizures in water.
Lifestyle & Wellness
July 12, 2021

What is Dravet Syndrome?

An introduction to Dravet Syndrome - a rare but severe form of epilepsy. Learn about Dravet Syndrome symptoms, treatment and support available to you
About Epilepsy
July 12, 2021

Living with complex partial seizures

Are you living with complex partial seizures (also known as focal impaired awareness seizures)? Learn what they are, how they’re diagnosed & treated.
About Epilepsy

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