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1. Keep an “epilepsy diary.”
2. Make the most of your appointments. Share your epilepsy diary with your health care provider
3. Build a health care team
4. Follow directions. Take your medication as prescribed
5. Get plenty of sleep. Sleep deprivation is a well-known “trigger” for seizures.
6. Avoid alcohol. Alcohol may interfere with your medication.
7. Learn relaxation techniques. Stress can be a precipitating factor in seizures.
8. Unplug. Monitor your time playing computer or electronic games.
9. Stay active. Participating in daily exercise can help you to feel more positive, while allowing you to maintain a healthy weight and build self-esteem.
10. Find support. Consider joining a support group.