See Through My Eyes?

See Through my eyes?

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Ok, so the easiest way to explain this is actually quite easy. Let’s be honest a lot of people not all but i large majority do, think that epilepsy is just the stereotypical drop and shake. People may deny that’s all they think when infact yes they do.

When i named this page “See Through My Eyes” is because what you may see if you’ve ever witnessed a absence or full blown seizure. From what you see compared to the final result are completely different. Here’s an example, I fell walking to the shops with my mum. Now i’m 6ft 5 and i has a seizure fell forwards face first into concrete on a petrol station forecourt.

I ended up fracturing my right cheekbone, after i came back around wondering why am i on my side? Few minutes later i’m taking a selfie in the back of an ambulance. Even though my face was all messed up i couldn’t actually feel it.

Yes that was me who took the picture, but when I’ve had absence seizures which last 5 seconds to 5 minutes or as my mum and dad describe “away with the fairies” they’ve said i can be holding a conversation have a couple and still carry on the conversation. After some absences I’ve felt drained and end up falling asleep. The repercussion of even one so small can have a big impact.

I’ve had people say oh it can’t be that bad but this is exactly my point, Since they don’t know exactly how it feels , it’s impossible to judge the repercussions because you have no idea how they effect them

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i am here to explain about how epilepsy has effected me and my life so far growing up and hope to achieve which is to improve the lives of other people. My Goal is to help change peoples lives who may feel lost or in need of guidance

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