Dealing with epilepsy

Routines and how some aren’t really important

For some time now, I wanted to write an article on this: the day-to-day routines to which a person with epilepsy must adapt.

Going over the most well-known: pills and sleeping. The very first time I was diagnosed (it happened multiple times, but that’s the subject of an upcoming article), the neurologist told me that if I don’t take the pills exactly 12 hours apart, than it’s useless. Continue reading “Routines and how some aren’t really important”