When Maureen Kasabian became seizure-free after 2 years of experiencing post-craniotomy seizures, her husband, Dr. Naet Garo Kasabian, decided to discontinue using Inspyre, an epilepsy app by SmartMonitor, upon consultation with their doctors. Maureen first began using the seizure monitoring solution in 2014, as a means for her husband to protect her if she was… Continue reading Inspyre™ by SmartMonitor Saves Another Life!
Father’s Day is just around the corner, and it’s the perfect time to celebrate the strength and dedication that dads put into raising their children. Being a parent is no mean feat. It means having to show up for your kids every day, no matter what. This can feel a little daunting if you are… Continue reading Tips for Fathers with Epilepsy
Epilepsy is one of the few conditions that can get better by being disciplined. One of the lesser-known facts about epilepsy is that, in most cases, its symptomatic seizures can be reduced through medication. Individuals diagnosed with epilepsy need to follow a rigid schedule ensuring that their dosage is taken at the precise time every… Continue reading What to do if you Forget your Epilepsy Medication
The brain is the most complex organ in the human body, managing its entire functioning – from helping us taste pizza to ensuring that our heart continues beating exactly the way it is supposed to. The messages that dictate these functions and all other feelings, thoughts, memories, and sensations, are transmitted either via electrical signals… Continue reading How Does the Electricity in Your Brain Cause Seizures?
SmartMonitor, the leading provider of clinically validated solutions for the management of complex chronic conditions, has announced the release of it’s world renowned Inspyre™ app for the newest watch in Samsung’s lineup – the Galaxy Watch 4. The Inspyre application works in concert with smartphones and the Smart Monitor cloud-based platform – designed to enhance… Continue reading Inspyre™ App for Epilepsy – Now Compatible with the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4
Epilepsy is a chronic neurological disorder, the hallmark of which is recurrent, unprovoked seizures. The seizures can last from a few seconds to a few minutes and are caused by a change in the brain’s electrical activity. These seizures can often be easily regulated with the help of a planned, healthy lifestyle and medication. Sometimes,… Continue reading Refractory Epilepsy – What Is It?
Films can be a powerful tool for educating people on a variety of topics and issues. That is only if they manage to get the facts right, and not just rely on stereotypes to make their case. Movies about epilepsy have been around for a while, although most miss the mark due to their stigmatization… Continue reading Movies to Watch if you have Epilepsy
The holiday season is here. There is a sense of cheer and hope in the air, good music reminding us to have a fun time, and plenty of delicious food to look forward to. It’s easy to get caught up with holiday preparations – you are busy with shopping, decorations, and socializing, all of which… Continue reading Tips to make the most out of the holiday season if you live with epilepsy
It’s that time of the year when it seems like every other child and adult will be seen with a sore throat and a runny nose. The flu season is something we all need to deal with every year and, usually, some over-the-counter medication or a routine flu shot will help you through it. You… Continue reading Flu Season and Epilepsy
There is movement in the travel industry again. The International borders are opening up to tourists and many countries are easing their travel restrictions. Getting out again can be difficult for some and more so if you’re living with epilepsy. Traveling at this time can be daunting, but it needn’t hinder your post-pandemic travel plans.… Continue reading Traveling Abroad when Living with Epilepsy