Last Updated on November 5, 2020 by Scott M. Thomas
Epilepsy is one kind of neurological disorder which occurred in multiple types of seizure. This disease can happen at any age of people. Abnormal behaviour, continuous shaking, repeatedly twitch arms or legs, panic attack or confused memory could happen in anytime.
They have a learning disorder to identify any alphabet or speech sound. Symptoms vary from person to person. Most likely to dyslexia symptoms. There is no permanent cure to prevent epilepsy. But one can recover himself by meditation or counselling. Sometimes surgery can control epilepsy for the majority of the people.
You may be looking for some motivation. Or maybe want some classy quotes to motivate someone.
Either way, this writing is only for you. Epilepsy quotes and seizures saying can help you to stay strong.
Always remember, nothing lasts forever. Self-motivation and self-loving can prevent every disorder in the world. Have a little faith. ❤
“For centuries, epilepsy was the exact expectation of someone being possessed by the Devil. There was no better explanation, and it allows you to admit the existence of the Devil. If there’s a Devil, that means there’s a God.” – Neil deGrasse Tyson
“The human brain is the universe’s most implausible science experiment.” – Will Boast
“The Constitution defends all of us against unreasonable search and seizure. What constitutes reasonableness depends upon the threat.” – Michael Hayden
“Men think epilepsy divine, merely because they do not understand it. But if they called everything divine which they do not understand, why, there would be no end to divine things.” – Hippocrates
“I’m not an epileptic but you’re an arsehole. I’m important. I matter. I can do anything. I’m a sexy, strong woman that happens to have epilepsy. Do you get it? I have epilepsy but it’s not who I am.” – Ray Robinson
“Stagefright, like epilepsy, is a divine ailment, a sacred madness. It is a grace that is sufficient in the old Jesuit sense – that is, insufficient by itself but a necessary condition for success.” – Charles Rosen
“In 2008, my one-and-a-half-year-old daughter, Sophia, suffered a grand mal seizure. It came from nowhere, for no apparent reason, and took hold of my little fairy-girl.” – Tony DiTerlizzi
“But they turned out to be prescriptions for medicines, and not for the common cold: opium, lavender oil, belladonna, orange rind, chloral hydrate, strychnine, potassium bromide. Such sedatives and stimulants were common remedies at that time for epilepsy.” – Catherine Bailey
“Anyone who’s anyone in Dostoevsky’s novels sooner or later develops brain fever.” – W. F. Meredith
“We can fight seizures if we fight for our dreams every day and appreciate the little things we accomplish.” – Rachel Joy
“I leave the kitchen table to bathe, and to dress for church. If only my closet held on its shelves an array of faces I could wear rather than dresses, I would know which face to put on today. As for the dresses, I haven’t a clue.” – Tim Cummings
“A big seizure just kind of grabs the inside of your skull and squeezes. It feels as if it’s twisting and turning your brain all up and down and inside out. Have you ever heard a washing machine suddenly flip into that bang-bang-bang sound when it gets out of balance, or a chain saw when the chain breaks and gets caught up in the gears, or an animal like a cat, screeching in pain? Those are what seizures felt like when I was little.” – Terry Trueman
“Electricity is life but electricity is an invisible fist punching up your spine, knocking your brains right out of your skull.” – Ray Robinson
“Epilepsy is a disease in the shadows. Patients are often reluctant to admit their condition – even to close family, friends or co-workers – because there’s still a great deal of stigma and mystery surrounding the disease that plagued such historical figures as Julius Caesar, Edgar Allan Poe and Lewis Carroll.” – Lynda Resnick
“Promise me you’ll always remember: You’re braver than you believe and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think।” – Christopher Robin
“For if a man by magical arts and sacrifices will bring down the moon, and darken the sun, and induce storms, or fine weather, I should not believe that there was anything divine, but human, in these things, provided the power of the divine were overpowered by human knowledge and subjected to it.” – Hippocrates
“There’s nothing more debilitating about disability than the way people treat you over it.” – Solange Nicole
“The erosion of privacy rights under the Fourth Amendment, written to protect us against unreasonable search and seizure, began in earnest under President George W. Bush.” – Rebecca MacKinnon
“[Epilepsy] gave her adversity to fight against. It had shaped her personality, the need to be careful and secretive, and the ability to see things a bit differently from the neurotypical. She granted that this feeling of having a broken brain that required her to be sensitive, to look always inward to survive, might be why she turned artist.” – Thomm Quackenbush
“Life is merely a fracas on an unmapped terrain, and the universe a geometry stricken with epilepsy.” – Emile M. Cioran
“The human spirit is stronger than anything that can happen to it.” – George C. Scott
“It’s coffee – if I have just the right amount, I come across as charismatic. One too many, and it’s like I’m having a seizure.” – Robert Whittaker
“There’s a part of the human brain, the temporal lobe, that is associated with religious experiences as well as with epilepsy.” – Ken MacLeod
“It’s hard to dance to really fast music. All you can do is pump your fist to it, and after a while, you’re going to have a seizure.” – Kiesza
“The ribbon is like a visual hug for someone with epilepsy.” – Mary Loughlin
“We got there without being spotted. I pulled her in, then shut the door, pressing my back to it and exhaling like an epileptic pilot who’d just landed a cargo plane full of dynamite.” – Brandon Sanderson
“It’s easier for me to make sense of it that way than it is for me to face the other way reality. And yet, those evil spirits that were unleashed be they fake entities from a stupid carnival ride, or cruel malevolencies from dark spiritual chasms of our universe have stayed with me all these years।” – Tim Cummings
“I didn’t get my licence because I wasn’t allowed to. But I haven’t had a seizure for a long time so I could, theoretically, get my licence. But I’m now just so used to not driving, I’m scared of what I’d do।” – Hugo Weaving
“When people affected by epilepsy are reluctant to expose their condition, the public remains in the dark about it – a tragic irony that has made patient care and raising funds for research more than challenging.” – Lynda Resnick
“No one is in control of your happiness but you; therefore, you have the power to change anything about yourself or your life that you want to change.” – Barbara De Angelis
“If an epileptic seizure is focused in a particular sweet spot in the temporal lobe, a person wonÂ´t have motor seizures, but instead something more subtle. The effect is something like a cognitive seizure, marked by changes of personality, hyper religiosity (an obsession with religion and feelings of religious certainty), hypergraphia (extensive writing on a subject, usually about religion), the false sense of an external presence, and, often, the hearing voices that are attributed to a god. Some fraction of historyÂ´s prophets, martyrs, and leaders appear to have had temporal lobe epilepsy.” – David Eagleman
“Having epilepsy does not mean you have to expect and cope with depression. You have as much right to help and support as anyone else.” – Anonymous
“People think that epilepsy is divine simply because they don’t have any idea what causes epilepsy. But I believe that someday we will understand what causes epilepsy, and at that moment, we will cease to believe that it’s divine. And so it is with everything in the universe” – Hippocrates
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