Feeling stressed, overwhelmed, and under water? Frazzled to the max?
You’re certainly in good company!
The challenges and demands of day-to-day life are overwhelming. Not to mention the triggers and seizures that can be a consequence.
So what can we do about it?
Obviously, relaxation techniques help prevent stress and anxiety, that lead to seizures.
In fact, many studies have found that greater than 50% of people experienced declines in seizure frequency just by using relaxation techniques!
I know, relaxation is easier said than done. But it CAN divert your seizures, or make the outcome a little less traumatic.
The best advice is to try to be pro-active. (I know, easier said than done!)
I’m sure you have your own techniques, but here are 7 that work best for me…
1. Deep breathing. I breath in through my nostrils with pursed lips from the diaphragm. (Note: ribs rise as opposed…
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