The sudden jolt or falling experienced when falling asleep is classified as a mild epileptic seizure.

The sudden jolt or falling experienced when falling asleep is classified as a mild epileptic seizure Hmm interesting.

When you have an invisible illness, it's hard to explain to someone who doesn't have a clue. It's a daily struggle being in pain or feeling sick on the inside when you look fine on the outside.

So thankful for the people in my life who (although they don't have Lyme Disease), still have compassion, empathy, and understanding . This struggle has really shown not just who is not there, but more importantly who IS!

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famous quotes about chronic illness, everyone knows everything they think. I try to think they al mean well and try not to let it bother me, but if all that advice worked I knew already and I probably tried already, I do not want to feel sick

Painting #6 SIDE EFFECTS of the Life With Epilepsy series. Taking the medicines to control seizures does not make everything OK. Everyone has different reactions to each medicine so it is a matter of finding the right meds that control their seizures and have side effect they can live with. #EPILEPSY #AWARENESS

Painting SIDE EFFECTS of the Life With Epilepsy series. Taking the medicines to control seizures does not make everything OK. Everyone has different reactions to each medicine so it is a matter of finding the right meds that control their seizures and

Epilepsy Problems / Epilepsy Awareness

Epilepsy Problems / Epilepsy Awareness Never accept ing or coming to terms that you'll have to depend on others for rides, its been 13 yrs since I was diagnosed and i still can't.

OMG it's one of the most annoying things ever

OMG it's one of the most annoying things ever <<And it stinks when they first put it on. Gives my mom (also epileptic) a migraine.

The Relationship Between Epilepsy and Sleep - thomashaydntrust

The Relationship Between Epilepsy and Sleep - The Relationship Between Epilepsy and Sleep

So true....stress can be a major trigger.

Imagine feeling fine, out and about, and something stressful can automatically induce a seizure.

LOL that was pretty much Katie's response. Epilepsy has NOT taken her sense of humor

Epilepsy Problems / Epilepsy Awareness/ Perhaps you can not swallow your tongue, but I have certainly chewed mine so bad that it took almost 4 weeks for it to heal.

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