Two days of rest-up were planned out during January’s final weekend; 26 and 27 January. Why? Well, I did strain a muscle – it’s good to keep pressure off it for a while. But still, I don’t feel lazy doing this. This month has been very busy for me – I’ve been active both during […]Read More Personal Review: January 2019
I’m back! And so happy to be here too. If anything, it’s a relief to be thinking straight after I started to have trouble with medication towards the end of February. But now I’ve returned, I feel even bigger and stronger than I was before that happened. Well, sort of. I recently went out for […]Read More I’m Back and Ready to Entertain
A writer in more places than one, I’ve also been searching for paid employment, and this sometimes leaves me having to think quite quickly when it comes to writing new articles about epilepsy. If I give you my monthly overview of epilepsy news from around the world, then the content is always available. However, on […]Read More Epilepsy and Memory Problems: My Head isn't Quite Right.
After starting off with a busy family and friend-focused weekend, I’ve also had quite a few interviews, meetings and social events to attend to this month. They tired me out, but still, I would like to apologise for the recent lack of blog posts at The Epileptic Man! You got to find out how November […]Read More Why I've Been Just So Damn Busy
Moving on from October, I’ve been busier this month than ever before. The Epileptic Man website has stood by its word and now offers free documents to subscribers, but writing up Essential Epilepsy Information wasn’t easy. I’m a bit of a perfectionist, and only wanted to produce something as professional as possible for people who […]Read More Personal Review: November 2017
As an experienced ambassador, I know that having a poor memory can be tricky to manage. Maybe you’re starting university, or trying to hold down an important relationship. It can be a demon at interviews when searching for employment. Unfortunately, memory loss can soak up your seconds and status as you try to complete tasks […]Read More 8 Tips To Help Harness Your Memory
Although this story seems fairly adverse and looks at my life from its most depressive times, I really believe it’s leading me to what should be a true success. If you’ve never had to manage too many health problems, I guarantee it’ll also boost your knowledge on how side-effects can affect the lives of anybody. […]Read More AED Side-Effects: Memory Loss – My Condition’s Darkest Devil
Although it’s more common for me to get a little frustrated with any epilepsy-related difficulties that come up in the day, I have learned to handle and accept them all without much thought now. It’s also over 10 years since I started to manage the severe side-effects of my most effective AED, lamotrigine. Looking back […]Read More Thinking Positive: Four Genuine Benefits of Being Epileptic (in Britain)