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     1  ~ 2014 sep 01national society for epilepsyepilepsy society | Epilepsy SocietyInformation about epilepsy from medical charity Epilepsy Society working towards
     1  ~ 2014 aug 05first aid for convulsion10 first aid steps when someone has a convulsive seizure | Epilepsy What to do when someone has a seizure where they shake or jerk (a convulsive seizure). This is intended as a quick first aid guide when someone is having a ...
     1  ~ 2014 jul 29non epileptic seizuresNon - epileptic seizures | Epilepsy SocietyNon - epileptic seizures (NES) or dissociative seizures are different from epilepsy. Although some tests, first aid and long-term treatment for non - epileptic seizures  ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 05medication for epilepsyMedication for epilepsy | Epilepsy SocietyAnti- epileptic drugs (AEDs) are the main type of treatment for most people with epilepsy . Up to 70% (7 in 10) of people could stop having seizures with the right ...
     2  +1 2014 aug 25seizures in adultsNon-epileptic seizures | Epilepsy SocietyNon-epileptic seizures (NES) or dissociative seizures are different from epilepsy . ... more common in women; more likely to start in young adults ; more likely to ...
     2  ~ 2014 aug 22living with epilepsyLiving with epilepsy | Epilepsy SocietyHaving seizures, or being told “you have epilepsy”, can affect people in different ways. ... You are here: Home » About Epilepsy » living with epilepsy  ...
     2  ~ 2014 aug 07epliepsy awareness training midlandsWest midlands regional services | Epilepsy SocietyServices in the West Midlands for people with epilepsy and their families, carers and friends. Covers Birmingham ... Raising awareness locally. With the help of ...
     2  ~ 2014 jul 16can stress cause seizuresthe heart. In these cases, if the underlying cause can be treated the seizures will stop. ... We all react to frightening or stressful situations differently. When we ...
     3  +98 2014 sep 11dmclb anti convulsantChapter 31 - Pharmacokinetic interactions between antiepileptic drugsantiepileptic drug (AED) concentration consequent to an interaction may merely ..... CZP= clonazepam; DMCLB = N-desmethylclobazam (active metabolite of ...
     3  +1 2014 aug 30seizure mouth guardLiving with epilepsy often means living with recurrent dental injuries Here we look at some of the issues surrounding seizures and teeth, ... hard objects into the mouth during seizures . ... The practice of wearing a mouth guard to.
     3  +2 2014 aug 24epilepsy latest drugsList of anti- epileptic drugs (AEDs) | Epilepsy SocietyAnti- epileptic drugs (AEDs) are the main form of treatment for people with epilepsy . And up to 70% (7 in 10) people with epilepsy could have their seizures  ...
     3  ~ 2014 aug 23epilepsy driving a carDriving regulations for epilepsy | Epilepsy SocietyThis group includes cars , motorcycles and mopeds. To drive , you must meet all normal driving requirements and must have been completely free of seizures for  ...
     3  -2 2014 aug 14car insurance epilepsyCar insurance for people with epilepsy | Epilepsy SocietyInsurance companies base their quotes on your individual circumstances. Under the Equality Act 2010, car insurance companies cannot increase the cost of a ...
     3  +98 2014 aug 06achat royal epil quickPrincess Royal University Hospital - Neurology | Epilepsy SocietyYou are here: Home » Princess Royal University Hospital ... for chronic neurological conditions, including epilepsy at Princess Royal Hospital. .... Quick links.
     3  +3 2014 aug 01latest epilepsy drugsAnti- epileptic drugs (AEDs) are the main form of treatment for people with epilepsy. And up to 70% (7 in 10) people with epilepsy could have their seizures  ...
     3  ~ 2014 jul 24insurance for epilepticsHow to get car insurance if you have epilepsy . ... Under the Equality Act 2010, car insurance companies cannot increase the cost of a policy if a disability or ...
     4  -1 2014 aug 28seizures and drivingAn outline of the current driving regulations affecting people with epilepsy , covering different categories of licence and different types of seizure .
     4  +1 2014 aug 22ketogenic diet for seizuresKetogenic diet for epilepsy | Epilepsy SocietyThe ketogenic diet is one treatment option for children with epilepsy whose seizures are not controlled with AEDs. The diet may help to reduce the number or  ...
     4  -2 2014 jul 31interesting facts about epilepsyEpilepsy - did you know? | Epilepsy SocietyEpilepsy is a neurological condition - which means it affects the brain. It is also a physical condition, because the body is affected when someone has a seizure .
     4  -1 2014 jul 26epilepsy who caresCaring for someone with epilepsy | Epilepsy SocietyEpilepsy can be different for each person, so the need for care can vary greatly. Some people with epilepsy do not need any additional care from others to live ...
     5  -2 2014 oct 03national epilepsy foundationInformation about epilepsy from medical charity Epilepsy Society working towards ... Assessment Centre, our national epilepsy assessment and treatment centre.
     5  +8 2014 sep 12how to interview an epilepticTelling your employer about your epilepsy | Epilepsy SocietyYou might want to wait until you are invited for an interview , so that you can talk about your epilepsy face to face. This gives you an opportunity to sell yourself, ...
     5  -3 2014 sep 02aed withdrawal symptomsAnti-epileptic drugs ( AEDs ) are a treatment for epilepsy which aims to stop ... two or more years then they may think about withdrawing (coming off) their AEDs . ‎List of anti-epileptic drugs - ‎Taking medication - ‎Strategies and tools for taking ...
     6  ~ 2014 sep 19coopediatric eeg interpretationA closer look at EEG | Epilepsy SocietyThe EEG shows brain function, and looks for the presence or absence of specific brain activity in specific areas of the brain. The EEG cannot interpret what the ...
     6  -1 2014 aug 28children with epilepsyInformation for parents of children with epilepsy | Epilepsy SocietyInformation for parents of children with epilepsy or a childhood epilepsy syndrome.
     7  ~ 2014 sep 27epilepsia emoiconalleft joinProfessional membership | Epilepsy SocietyJoin other health professionals by becoming a healthcare professional associate member, with our free membership offer. If you work with people with epilepsy  ...
     7  +5 2014 aug 23what is epilepsyWhat is epilepsy | Epilepsy SocietyEpilepsy is a common serious neurological condition where there is a tendency to have seizures that start in the brain.
     7  +32 2014 aug 01what causes a seizureNon-epileptic seizures (NES) or dissociative seizures are different from epilepsy as they have a different cause . If you, or someone you know, has been ...
     7  -2 2014 aug 01cause of a seizure
     7  +94 2014 jul 31types of fitTypes of epileptic seizures | Epilepsy SocietyAbout the many different types of epileptic seizures. ... disrupted, or too many signals are sent at once, this causes a seizure (sometimes called a ' fit ' or 'attack').
     8  -5 2014 aug 28head protection epilapsyAlarms and safety aids | Epilepsy SocietySome people with epilepsy find it helpful to consider safety aids or equipment that might help them with day-to-day life. For example, an alarm that can alert ...
     8  -5 2014 aug 14epilepsy support groupsHelp and support | Epilepsy SocietyTaking care of your overall wellbeing is a vital part of living with epilepsy . For some people, having information or support can help. Here is a list of the help and ...
     9  +10 2014 sep 16piracetam lamotriginePiracetam | Epilepsy SocietyGeneric name: Piracetam . Brand names (also available as): Nootropil: tablets 800mg, 1200mg, oral solution 333.3mg/ml (take with water to reduce the bitter ...
     9  +4 2014 sep 16medical jewelleryID cards and medical jewellery | Epilepsy SocietyA list of providers of medical identity (ID) cards, medical jewellery , and 'in case of emergency' items for people with epilepsy.
     9  +19 2014 aug 31legal obligation epilepsyHow and why to tell your employer about your epilepsy . ... Employers have responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act - for employers to be able to ...
     9  +59 2014 aug 14types of seizuresEpileptic seizures are caused by a disturbance in the electrical activity of the brain. There are many different types of epileptic seizure . Any of us could potentially ...
     9  -5 2014 aug 13types of epilepsyEpileptic seizures are caused by a disturbance in the electrical activity of the brain. There are many different types of epileptic seizure. Any of us could potentially ...
     9  +32 2014 aug 12new treatment for epilepsyNew to epilepsy treatment and medication | Epilepsy SocietyAnti- epileptic drugs (AEDs) are the main type of treatment for epilepsy and the majority of people with epilepsy could have their seizures controlled with AEDs.
     10  -3 2014 aug 27seizures just falling asleepThe names 'awake' and 'asleep' do not explain the type of seizures , only when .... due to epilepsy (for example, some people have them as they fall asleep ).
     10  -1 2014 aug 19epilepsy in children
     10  +18 2014 aug 03what is a fitFirst aid for all epileptic seizure types | Epilepsy SocietyTypes of epileptic seizure and what first aid you should give.
     11  -1 2014 sep 22ketogenic dietThe ketogenic diet is one treatment option for children with epilepsy whose seizures are not controlled with AEDs. The diet may help to reduce the number or  ...
     11  +4 2014 jul 22types of seizure
     11  -1 2014 jul 19travel and holidaysTravel and holidays for people with epilepsy | Epilepsy Societytravel and holidays . If you take time to plan ahead and consider anything that may affect your seizures you will be in the best position to relax, enjoy yourself and ...
     12  -7 2014 aug 27causes of seizures
     12  +89 2014 aug 21flicker flash galleryPhotosensitive epilepsy | Epilepsy SocietyPhotosensitive epilepsy is when seizures are triggered by flashing lights or ... Flashing or flickering lights or images between 3 and 60 hertz (flashes per second) ...
     13  +40 2014 aug 14getting disability for epilispyWhat help is available? | Epilepsy SocietyYou may be able to get financial help towards the cost of travel to medical ... specifically to help people with disabilities does not include VAT.
     14  ~ 2014 sep 16topic triggersEpilepsy Society forum • View topic - No Triggers ?!So following my first and second eegs and mri's I have no triggers , I cant seem to be triggered by lights, they cant find anything on my mri scan ...
     14  -11 2014 aug 25what causes seizures
     14  +1 2014 aug 23homeopathy treatment for epilepsyComplementary therapies | Epilepsy SocietyComplementary therapies such as homeopathy , herbal remedies, massage, ... Even if your seizures are not controlled, you should not be denied treatment  ...
     15  -5 2014 aug 02diabetic seizures symptomsNon-epileptic seizures (NES) or dissociative seizures are different from
     15  -1 2014 jul 31healing epilepsy naturallySome complementary therapies may help improve epilepsy indirectly because .... points to release tension and encourage the body's natural healing processes.
     15  +9 2014 jul 26smoke alarm epilepsyKeeping safe at home Epilepsy SocietyThere are different types of alarm for different types of seizure . ... The UK Fire Service (opens new window) recommends that everyone has a smoke alarm on ...
     16  -8 2014 sep 10seizures
     16  -2 2014 sep 07clorazepam dosage per kiloClonazepam | Epilepsy SocietyAvailable as: Clonazepam : 0.5mg, 2mg. liquid 0.5mg/5ml, 2mg/5ml. ... Most doses are listed as 'mg/kg': this means milligrams of AED per kg of the child's weight.
     16  +5 2014 aug 25home help availableWhat help is available ? | Epilepsy SocietyThere is also help available if you are a carer of a person with epilepsy. ... home help , adaptations to the home , such as installing a shower or ...
     16  +17 2014 aug 13benign rolandic epilepsyBenign childhood seizure susceptibility syndromes - Epilepsy SocietyRolandic epilepsy ( benign childhood epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes) ... The cardinal features of rolandic epilepsy are focal seizures consisting of unilateral ...
     16  +16 2014 aug 07drug side effects listList of anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) | Epilepsy SocietyInformation on anti-epileptic drugs by generic name, brand name and seizure type, including dosage and side effects .
     16  ~ 2014 jul 18pontefract hospital mapPontefract Hospital - Neurology | MedicalInformation on the Neurology Department at Pontefract Hospital .
     16  ~ 2014 jul 17medical id bracelets ukA list of providers of medical identity (ID) cards, medical jewellery, and 'in case ... Necklaces, bracelets and watches, engraved with limited personal information.
     17  -12 2014 aug 27cause of seizures
     18  -9 2014 sep 22tired affects emotionsHow epilepsy can affect learning and the university experience If you are feeling low or tired because of your seizures, you may not be able to ... Some seizures themselves may affect your mood and emotions , or the fact that ...
     18  +83 2014 sep 07carry out research projectsWhy we carry out research - Epilepsy SocietyOur research is driven by the desire to understand what has caused the epilepsy ... Why we carry out research · Research projects · Epilepsy Society Research  ...
     19  -5 2014 aug 23epilepsy in pregnancyPregnancy and parenting with epilepsy | Epilepsy SocietyEach year in the UK around 2,500 women with epilepsy have a baby. Most of these women will have a normal pregnancy and delivery, an unchanged seizure  ...
     20  -13 2014 sep 30epilepsy herbal treatmentComplementary therapies such as homeopathy, herbal remedies , massage, aromatherapy, acupuncture and training therapies can help to promote wellbeing  ...
     20  +28 2014 aug 22eeg brain waveIt is this electrical activity, sometimes called ' brain waves ', that is picked up on by EEG . The electrical signals from the brain are picked up by small electrodes ...
     20  +81 2014 aug 20ketogenic diet planFor some children, the ketogenic diet may help reduce the number or severity of ... on how to plan meals and are guided on which foods should be avoided.
     20  ~ 2014 jul 18pinderfields hospital mapPinderfields Hospital - Occupational Therapy | MedicalInformation on the Physiotherapy Department at Pinderfields Hospital .
     22  +18 2014 aug 26uk driving rulesAn outline of the current driving regulations affecting people with epilepsy, covering ... If you are coming to the UK and need to apply, or reapply, for a UK licence, ...
     22  +2 2014 aug 08list of side effects
     22  +79 2014 aug 03soc e job centerInformation about epilepsy from medical charity Epilepsy Society working towards a full life for everyone affected by epilepsy.
     23  -17 2014 aug 26causes of seizure
     23  +78 2014 aug 22juice for epilepsyHow diet can affect epilepsy | Epilepsy SocietyInformation on how your diet may affect your epilepsy . ... Grapefruit juice and pomegranate juice do not trigger seizures , but they can make the side effects of ...
     24  +1 2014 sep 29help with benefitsHelp with benefits applications and appeals | Epilepsy SocietyA list of organisations that can help with benefits applications and appeals.
     24  -6 2014 sep 22tips benefitTips for filling in benefit forms | Epilepsy SocietyHere are some tips about completing the forms. ... Whether or not you are eligible for benefits , and the rate at which a benefit is awarded, will depend to some ...
     24  +77 2014 sep 19tired effects emtions
     25  -2 2014 sep 30going to universityPracticalities of going to university with epilepsy | Epilepsy SocietySo, you've decided you're going to university . What next? If you plan ahead for the practical things, this will help to make going to university as straightforward as  ...
     26  -21 2014 jul 29causes of epilepsyCauses of Epilepsy | Epilepsy SocietyEpilepsy has many possible causes . Causes can be put into three main groups: symptomatic, idiopathic and cryptogenic.
     26  +58 2014 jul 24kent and canterbury hospitalKent and Canterbury Hospital - Neurology | Epilepsy SocietyOutpatient clinics and inpatient consulting services are provided at Kent and Canterbury Hospital , William Harvey Hospital, Ashford (01233 633331) and Queen ...
     26  ~ 2014 jul 22hillingdon hospital mapHillingdon Hospital - Neurology | Epilepsy SocietyInformation on the Neurology Department at Hillingdon Hospital .
     27  -2 2014 aug 30delta wave frequencyDelta waves are at frequencies up to 4 waves per second. These are the slowest type of wave but have the highest amplitude (strongest signal). Delta waves are ...
     27  ~ 2014 aug 04alarms and safety systemsSafety aids or equipment that might help people with epilepsy with day-to-day ... A range of safety systems including fall call and mattress alarms , that link to a ...
     27  -10 2014 jul 29symptoms of a seizureNon-epileptic seizures (NES) or dissociative seizures are different from epilepsy . ... When we are frightened we might feel physical symptoms such as a racing ...
     28  +2 2014 aug 04postage and packingPostage and Packing - Shop - Epilepsy SocietyAll information items (leaflets, factsheets, books, CDs, DVDs etc) and Caring2Give gifts purchased have postage and packing charges included in the price ...
     29  ~ 2014 sep 21radio 5 liveBBC Radio 5 Live highlights epilepsy and memory lossEpilepsy and memory loss were in the spotlight today (16 September) with BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Tony Livesey dedicating more than half ...
     29  -16 2014 aug 22nottingham childrens hospitalChild epilepsy clinics | Epilepsy SocietyGreat Ormond Street Hospital for Children. Great Ormond
     30  +4 2014 sep 11rolandic cortexRolandic epilepsy (benign childhood epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes) .... epilepsy involves neuronal networks within the rolandic cortex surrounding the ...
     30  -23 2014 sep 02vagal nerve stimulatorVagus nerve stimulation | Epilepsy SocietyInformation on Vagus nerve stimulation ( VNS ) therapy, which is a type of treatment for epilepsy.
     30  -5 2014 aug 18first ever forkliftThe driving regulations are different if you have had a first , single 'isolated seizure'. ... If you have or have ever had other types of seizures which affect your ability to control a vehicle – for .... Forklift trucks, farm vehicles and sit-on lawn mowers.
     30  -19 2014 jul 28feedback form societycontact us form | Epilepsy SocietyBefore you complete this form please take a look at our FAQs section to see if your query is answered there. If you still require further information from us or have ...
     31  -5 2014 aug 10dvla driving licenseAccording to the DVLA , for Group 1 licences, epilepsy is defined as two or more seizures ... If you are seizure-free and have a driving licence , and you have a ...
     31  ~ 2014 jul 20royal berkshire hospitalRoyal Berkshire Hospital - Neurology | Epilepsy SocietyInformation on the Neurology Department at Royal Berkshire Hospital .
     32  ~ 2014 jul 25james cook hospitalThe James Cook University Hospital - Neurology | Epilepsy SocietyInformation on the Neuology Department at The James Cook University Hospital .
     33  -11 2014 oct 02american epilepsy associationInformation about epilepsy from medical charity Epilepsy Society working towards a full life for everyone affected by epilepsy .
     33  ~ 2014 sep 20river island ukRiver island campaign | Epilepsy SocietyDuring National Epilepsy Week 2013 (19-25 May), River Island helped raise ... and answering a question about the number of people with epilepsy in the UK .
     33  -16 2014 sep 17vagus nerveInformation on Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) therapy, which is a type of treatment for epilepsy.
     33  -1 2014 sep 05epilex chrono side effectsside effects and interactions. Anti-epileptic drugs can cause side effects for some people with epilepsy. This may differ from one person to another and one drug ...
     33  ~ 2014 jul 31royal preston hospitalRoyal Preston Hospital - Tertiary Care | Epilepsy SocietyInformation on the Tertiary Care at Royal Preston Hospital . (Child Epilepsy Clinic) .
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