Treating Epilepsy Naturally: A Guide to Alternative and Adjunct Therapies (NTC Keats - Health) Paperback – 16 Oct 2001
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About the Author
Patricia A. Murphy former vice president of the Epilepsy Advocacy Council of Long Island, currently edits the Epilepsy Wellness Newsletter, a publication providing alternative health information for people with seizure disorders.
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It's a bit of a thought inducer. I found the notion of biofeedback interesting, if I'm not forgetting the term the author used. The notion that breathing is somehow related to having a seizure seemed relevant. As did issues of the stomach. It seems that I could research deeper into various ideas the author picked out for comment in her book. I will use it as a starting reference book as and when I want to study more, even though some things did seem a little bit on the "pseudo-science" side. I kind of liked that though, because it gives the reader the opportunity to decide whether something is beneficial, putting their health in their own hands, and away from the passive acceptance of that decided by a time constrained health professional (one that is of course also very helpful).
The author comes across as caring and compassionate and understanding of the concerns - of course she having gone through such health battles herself. I was surprised how much this mattered to me. It was a refreshing change from the sense one usually gets from medical practitioners.
After reading the book - particularly sections about caffeine and aspartame - I stopped taking those substances. I was having 150 seizures per month. Stopped Caffeine and aspartame and have had (touchwood) nothing at all since November 26th 2003. Whether it is just coincidence or not, I believe this book has helped me. We are all different and react in different ways - it may or may not help you. Why not read the book and try something?
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