As if seizures were not bad enough, there is a high number of epileptics that also suffer from depression. This becomes a problem for a multitude of reasons, from medication compliance to maintaining a positive outlook with an internal locus of control (yes–those who believe that they have control over their seizures have better overall seizure control and a high quality of life).
Depression In Epilepsy – 6 Tips to Heal Your Brain
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