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 Watch4. The Inspyre application works in concert with smartphones and the Smart Monitor cloud-based platform – designed to enhance the… Continue reading Inspyre™ App for Epilepsy – Now Compatible with the Samsung Galaxy Watch4
Since the first written account of epilepsy, people who experienced seizures were associated with having divine power or experiencing demonic possession. Movies were no better, and tended to portray stereotypical scenes of people experiencing seizures which promoted misconceptions about the condition. Thankfully, over time, the portrayal of epileptic seizures in TV shows, movies and books… Continue reading SHOWS, MOVIES AND BOOKS THAT HAVE CHARACTERS WITH EPILEPSY
Witnessing someone having a seizure can be a frightening experience. You need to act quickly and be there for them without panicking. Although you can’t do anything to stop the seizure, there are things you can do to protect them from injury. Most seizures aren’t an emergency and are caused due to changes in the… Continue reading What to do when someone is having a seizure?
The holiday season can be a fun time for everyone. Along with parties, lights, drinking, and all the merry making, it is also very important to be aware of the various triggers of seizures and taking the utmost care to keep them at bay. While the major causes of seizures include brain injury, high fever,… Continue reading Epileptic Seizures- Triggers And Care During The Holiday Season
Parents of children with epilepsy always worry about their child having a seizure. The Covid-19 Pandemic has only added to their worries. While there is no evidence that having epilepsy can make an individual more prone to catching the Corona Virus or having more severe Covid symptoms, children (and adults) who have other conditions alongside… Continue reading Covid-Safety For Children With Epilepsy