Blog Posts - Epilepsy



A Chat With My Local Paper

A few weeks back, with us being in the month of March, myself and Epilepsy Foundation marketing and programme manager Brian Barnett had a chat to my local paper , The Waikato Times.Our plan was to get the word about Epilepsy out of there. As we know...
by Positive Epilepsy on Apr 13, 2015

Threatening Epilepsy vigilant.

How therapy should be.Epilepsy arise when the disruption of connections between nerve cells in the brain (such as an interruption in the electrical wiring of a complex series), when the occurrence of a natural chemical or neurotransmitter imbalance b...
by www.Primo.com on Apr 12, 2015

GUEST POST !! SITA FROM LIFE AT FULL VOLUME !!

Hello all !! I am really excited to share with you the story of Sita, of  Life At Full Volume !! WOO HOO !!  Sita is in her mid 20's and recently received a Bachelor of Social Work Degree. It's been great to converse with another with...
by Positive Epilepsy on Apr 8, 2015

A Delicate Balance

Superintendents at insane asylums had every incentive to cure patients, since high cure rates brought both prestige and validation to their institutions. This is one reason that they urged families to get their loved ones into an asylum quickly, befo...

A 2km Family Walk Fundraiser

Hey there !! :) The Crowd Before The StartSo, we walked 20 km a couple of weeks ago...and this weekend we had another walk on. But, this one was a bit shorter. Quite a bit shorter actually. Just 2km . This was a fundraiser at our sons school just dow...
by Positive Epilepsy on Mar 22, 2015

Great Way To Spend A Sunday

Feel like walking 20km ?Well, that's what we did in the weekend. Yes, it sounds like quite a distance, but I do walk alot. I walk most days, with about 50% of it with a pushchair. My wife and mother-in-law also took part. I was a bit nervous leading...
by Positive Epilepsy on Mar 11, 2015

An Ambulance On Our Walk Home

This week my wife was away for a night due to work commitments.She came home feeling pretty tired and not her best so she took the next day off work. She rarely does this, but when she does I do enjoy it. The kids have been going to swimming lessons...
by Positive Epilepsy on Mar 6, 2015

The Risks of Taking Benzodiazepines

Benzodiazepines are a type of medication that is used for a variety of reasons, and they have been prescribed for many decades now as a means to provide relief from discomfort. They were first introduced in the 1950’s as a means for providing a saf...
by Recovery Advocates on Mar 4, 2015

It's Alot Easier These Days...& I LOVE Talking About It !!!

Have you used your smartphone today ? If so, what did you use it for ?A phone call, a text, Facebook.... or maybe you needed to use a map. So, it's been a bit over 20 years since the internet arrived ? It's now a part of most peoples dailylife's...
by Positive Epilepsy on Feb 23, 2015

Another Muilti-Story MMJ Update

Medical marijuana continues to lead the reintroduction […]...
by Hail Mary Jane on Dec 9, 2014

How to treat bipolar issue with help of Depakote?

Buy Depakote online which is an anticonvulsant (anti-seizure) drug utilized as a state of mind stabilizer as a part of the treatment of bipolar issue. Non specific names are divalproex sodium, sodium valproate and valproic corrosive. Depakene contain...

Facts and Fallacies About Epilepsy

Philippine League Against Epilepsy, in celebration of National Epilepsy Awareness Week last September 1 - 6, 2014 shared some facts and fallacies about Epilepsy that would help us to fully understand Epilepsy.Image Source1. I...
by Piathought on Oct 26, 2014

Treatment for Epilepsy

Epilepsy should be accurately diagnosed so that an effective treatment can be given.Diagnosis is by a good clinical evaluation from a doctor who is familiar with the disease. In addition, other tests like an EEG (electroencephalogram, recording...
by Piathought on Oct 26, 2014

Epilepsy: Tigil Atake.. Tulay sa Tagumpay!

In the pursuit of spreading Epilepsy Awareness in the country, the Philippine League Against Epilepsy celebrated National Epilepsy Awareness week last September 1-6 this year with the theme: “EPILEPSY: TIGIL ATAKE... TULAY SA TAGUMPA...
by Piathought on Oct 25, 2014

National Epilepsy Awareness Week: IMPACT OF EPILEPSY

Image SourceEpilepsy is present in around 1% of the global population. This may be higher in developing countries.In a country such as the Philippines with a population of 93 million, this means that an estimated 930,000 people suffer from...
by Piathought on Oct 25, 2014

Does Depakote used for treating seizures?

Depakote hold Divalproex sodium influences chemicals in the body that may be included in bringing about seizures. Divalproex sodium is utilized to treat different sorts of seizure issue. It is in some cases utilized together with other seizure soluti...

Alzheimer’s disease is a neurodegenerative disorder

Alzheimer’s sickness is a physical illness of the cerebrum with dynamic harm to mind cells that causes dementia. Alzheimer’s infection is the most well-known type of dementia in Australia, representing around two thirds of cases. The mind...

How to know if my dog ​​has epilepsy

How to know if my dog ​​has epilepsy They say a dog is true epilepsy (also called idiopathic) when the animal suffers seizures, with a variable frequency, whose cause is unknown. Dogs with... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by Mega Mascota on Oct 8, 2014

How to manage seizures?

Epilepsy is a cerebrum issue that causes individuals to have repeating seizures. The seizures happen when bunches of nerve cells, or neurons, in the mind convey the wrong flag. Individuals may have peculiar sensations and feelings or carry on peculia...

How to manage seizures?

Epilepsy is a cerebrum issue that causes individuals to have repeating seizures. The seizures happen when bunches of nerve cells, or neurons, in the mind convey the wrong flag. Individuals may have peculiar sensations and feelings or carry on peculia...


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