I want to thank each and every one of you, from the bottom of my heart for:
One of the most common questions is “when can I stop taking my meds?”
Especially for those whose seizures have been under good control.
It makes sense. Because if you’re doing well, you start to wonder “why do I need these meds anymore”?
Arthur and I have been honored to be the King and Queen of the local epilepsy foundation’s Mardi Gras ball.
Epilepsy quotes to inspire you…
Here are some of my favorite quotes (along with a zillion others) that help me get through the day. What are yours?
Here are some common questions a person may ask about epilepsy. What it is, what it does. And what you should do if someone has a seizure.
Figuring out birth control with epilepsy meds can be a challenge at best.
How will your AEDs affect your birth control? Will your birth control lessen the effectiveness of your meds?
“There’s truth and there’s perception, and perception can trump the truth. In litigation, being right isn’t always good enough.”
These days, there’s an endless variety of CPAP options. But, since purchasing a new CPAP can be a big investment and expense, you want to pick the best you can. And the most comfortable and efficient.
Here are three of the newest, most revolutionary, and top-performing CPAPs on the market.
With one of these on your nightstand, sleeping just got easier.
In honor of Epilepsy Awareness Month, I’ve started a list of “all things purple”.
What are some purple things you can think of?
Depression is quiet — wonderful cartoon