Epilepsy Medication

Epilepsy seizures can be controlled (but not cured) by the use of anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs). Around 70% of people become seizure-free, or have the number of their seizures decreased, with AED use. Most people find the right AED fairly quickly once newly diagnosed. These drugs calm the over-excited brain cells by affecting the levels of ‘neurotransmitter’ chemicals in the brain. They do not work at … Continue reading Epilepsy Medication