When you think of “kindling,” think of confusing. Controversy. Cure.
No, it’s not the little twigs for a bonfire!
But the name “kindling” was inspired by a log fire.
Let’s be honest, you probably didn’t plan on having epilepsy.
But here we are. And we all know that stress is #1 in the hit parade of seizure triggers.
And endless surveys prove the fact. Most people think of stress as being related only to unpleasant or sad times in their lives.
However, even “happy” stress can trigger seizures!
It’s incredible. When I researched resources for Traumatic Stress and Post Traumatic Stress Disorders, there weren’t many.
An embarrassing shortage, considering the magnitude of need.
That’s the sad news.
The good news is that I found loads of all kinds of different stress disorder support groups online.
This is just a small sampling of different Traumatic Stress and Post Traumatic Stress support groups.
To find more, simply type in your subject and look for forums or support groups.
There’s a wealth of wonderful resources for those who have shared whatever trauma you’ve suffered.
You can have medication without meditation. Most of us do.
You can do meditation without medication. Most of us wouldn’t and shouldn’t take that risk.
But together, they can enhance one another.
Obviously, you should get most of your vitamins from food by eating a balanced diet. But one of the most important vitamins for you to include in your diet is Folic Acid (Folate) which can help deal with vitamin loss caused by medication and also calm your mood.
However, the all-star vitamin is Vitamin B6. This vitamin is involved in critical functions of the nervous system. And it boosts the metabolism of various neurotransmitters which are needed for normal brain function. The good news is that it’s easy to get it in all kinds of different foods…
Epilepsy affects each person differently. Below is a guide to some common seizure triggers. You may not feel or notice anything in particular. Or you may have triggers which are not mentioned here. Keeping a seizure diary is an effective way of keeping track of what may trigger your seizures.