A person with epilepsy can help control his or her seizures by taking the prescribed medication regularly, maintaining regular sleep cycles, avoiding unusual stress, and working closely with his or her physician. Regular medical evaluation and follow-up visits are also important. However, seizures may occur even when someone is... Read more
If you have been recently diagnosed with epilepsy or a seizure disorder, chances are you are pretty frightened of the unknown. Hopefully, this quick list of often-asked questions can provide some much needed answers. Additional information can be provided through the links below.
As always, we would welcome any questions you might have.
In Atlanta call 404-527-7155, or statewide call toll-free (800) 527-7105.
This page is intended to provide the basic information about epilepsy and seizure disorders to the general public. It is not intended to, nor does it, constitute medical advice, and readers are warned against changing medical schedules without first consulting a physician.