You can’t stop seizures.
And you can never fully control how your brain works.
You can’t fully control what happens to your brain when you get a seizure.
It may go to sleep.
It might stay awake.
It can do things that you couldn’t have done before the seizure.
And that can make you feel dizzy, nauseous, and hyper-vigilant, which can be dangerous, especially if you have a medical condition or are in a hurry to get to a hospital.
But there’s a way to make sure you don’t miss out on any of that.
Here are some simple ways to reduce your chances of getting seizures, even if you do have epilepsy.
Some of these suggestions are best for people with mild epilepsy, but they can be helpful for anyone with mild to moderate epilepsy.
If you have mild to severe epilepsy, these suggestions may help you manage the seizures better.
If you have moderate to severe seizures, these tips may help prevent them.