World Epilepsy Day 2023
This year’s International Epilepsy Day campaign seeks to dispel myths. By sharing facts about epilepsy, we will challenge public misconceptions about epilepsy.
It’s important to educate ourselves and others about the facts about epilepsy and to dispel these myths and misconceptions. This can help to reduce the stigma and discrimination faced by people living with epilepsy and ensure that they have access to the same opportunities and rights as everyone else.
Stroke is the most common cause of epilepsy and ultimately leads to a decrease in the quality of life of those affected. Ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes can both lead to poststroke epilepsy (PSE). Significant risk factors for PSE include age less than 65 year.#HumSaathHai #InternationalEpilepsyDay #dblsocialwelfarefoundation #physiodepghmc #paralyticsurvivors #13february