Jamie Thomson, 39, a political risk analyst and father to a 16-month-old baby, explains why he is planning to donate his brain to the Epilepsy Society Brain and Tissue Bank at the end of his life.
Taking daily exercise while on lockdown can pose extra challenges for anyone with uncontrolled seizures, as Lorraine found out.
Emma Griffith explains how being supported by the Epilepsy Society's Chalfont Centre for a decade has helped her to turn her life around and encouraged her to share her story.
Sophie Harries, 22, is a dietitian from Somerset. She was diagnosed with photosensitive epilepsy at the age of 15. She explains how it affects her life.
Matthew Robertson is a seven-time National Champion and ex-World Record Holder paracyclist and is part of the Great Britain Paracycling Squad. As he prepares for the eventual Tokyo Paralympics, he wants to raise awareness of the impact having epilepsy can have on being a professional athlete.
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Mel talks about her experience from being first diagnosed with epilepsy, to becoming pregnant and seeking treatment and support from Epilepsy Society at our Sir William Gowers medical centre.
Artist Amanda Smith explains how picking up a paint brush has helped her overcome the anxiety and depression that go hand in hand with her epilepsy
My name is Hayley and I'm a 36 year old secondary school teacher from Essex. I was diagnosed with Juvenile Myclonic Epilepsy about 20 years ago. I've been able to live a pretty normal life since my diagnosis which has included having two children, completing a degree and teaching qualifications.