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Being independent and free from epileptic seizures is something that all adults want. For some it is a reality, but for others it is still a goal to be achieved. Regardless of where you are in this spectrum, it is important to learn more about your epilepsy and how it affects you and those around you. There are several ways to empower yourself on this arduous path.

First , learn more about epilepsy. The impact that epilepsy brings to adult life is varied, but understanding your diagnosis will help you better care for yourself or your family member. When talking to other people who have experienced the same problems, you can get new ideas to improve the care you receive.

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Second , seek appropriate help through programs like those offered at the Los Angeles Epilepsy Foundation, including those that help you interact with others who are living similar experiences.

Finally, to put END TO EPILEPSY , it is important for you to know your rights as an adult with epilepsy as well as equipping yourself with the right tools and resources to overcome the challenges and promote safe and positive environments in which you can thrive.