How Seizure Sync will help you

Epilepsy is a condition that will affect 1 in 26 people over the course of a lifetime. It’s a very common condition. Despite its prevalence and all of the phenomenal advancements that we have become used to seeing on the frontier of science and technology, it’s still a condition that isn’t curable – it’s only … Continue reading How Seizure Sync will help you

Ending the Stigma

Epilepsy is categorized by an individual having 2 or more unprovoked seizures. About 1 in every 26 people will develop epilepsy at some point in their life (Source). It’s one of the most common neurological conditions affecting the brain today. Epilepsy is controllable, for most individuals. About 50-60% of people suffering from it will be … Continue reading Ending the Stigma

Epilepsy and the Keto Diet

Disclaimer: Please consult with your doctor before starting the keto diet, or considering dropping or reducing your daily medication intake. For most, epilepsy is something that is completely manageable with the introduction of medication. But not everyone wants to take medication every single day. It’s tough to carry around an array of pills with you at … Continue reading Epilepsy and the Keto Diet

How one mom is beating epilepsy after 26 years

This article is completely written by Amy Sayers, sharing her experience with epilepsy. This is the first part of a multi part series sharing hope and experiences of those individuals and families overcoming epilepsy. Amy Sayers is a user from Sturgis, Michigan. Life was good. Even though I had a history of seizures. It … Continue reading How one mom is beating epilepsy after 26 years