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Epilepsy & Depression / Anxiety - Exploring the Link

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What is the link between Epilepsy and depression? Studies have shown that 11-60% of people living with epilepsy experience symptoms of depression and 10-32% experience symptoms of anxiety. Learn more about Epilepsy, the symptoms of anxiety, symptoms of panic attacks and more in this video.
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Joe Smartballs (8 months ago)
Everyone who was diagnosed at age 4 got it from vaccines. I was diagnosed at 4 in 1981. Government needs to pay home healthcare to drive use around if we can't drive.
Dan Moreska (4 years ago)
I didnt have a choice on being born and with all the Epilepsy and problems. I do have a choice to never have children and not have an innocent child being burdan with a lifetime of problems. Im 50 now with no children. Makes me sad and happy.
Kaitlin Arney (5 years ago)
I've cried every day for the past 3 weeks and I feel like I have limitations. My parents fuss at me even if i'm late taking it by 20 min. I know it's important to take it every 12 hours. It's been like this on and off for 3 years even with changes of medicine. I can't think or feel like I can't do anything right just because of this. I'm not like my friends, I went through elementary school being made fun of and I was recently made fun of by some freshman. I just can't do it anymore.
Ambreeon (1 year ago)
Sounds like it's time for a medication change.
MrKtorca (5 years ago)
you are not alone Richard. Thanks for the video, very informative,
R Glover (5 years ago)
I know how you feel. It's effected me all through my life. Even with relationships. I think it helps us to understand why we feel the way we do. I thought it was just me. :/
R Glover (5 years ago)
Thank you for posting this video. The way I feel makes a lot sense now.
Subatomic1000 (6 years ago)
Seizures have destroyed my life. I wish I was never born.
BePrepared1661 HD (5 months ago)
Samehere
Brotha Craig (9 months ago)
Subatomic1000 say bro keep going someone listening they will slow down g
Keep Updating (1 year ago)
Subatomic1000 I too feel the same
mrbluenun (7 years ago)
Hi, I live in the UK and have had lifelong Epilepsy. I can't tell you how your discussing depression, anxiety, and all the other thoughts associated with Epileptic depression. Nice to know someone can put all this knowledge together in one video, thank you! Take care and thank you. mrbluenun

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