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Epilepsy: A Guide to Balancing Your Life (American Academy of Neurology) Paperback – October 24, 2006
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"...A resource no epileptic or family member can be without: it offers practical answers to common questions about the condition and is especially valuable for those newly diagnosed... no public or medical library should be without it." --The Midwest Book Review (The Midwest Book Review 20100503)
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Epilepsy: A Guide to Balancing Your Life is simply written so that the non-medical population can understand what he is expressing. This story sheds light on many areas that one with epilepsy often overlook cause we are so focused on the seizure activity. He introduces what other things can influence/aggravate seizure control. He also offers hope for a better life with epilepsy.
When Dr Leppik became my epileptologist, my seizures were out of control. He, and his associates, stayed by my side in a sincere effort to get my seizures under enough control so that I could once again be a productive individual. He was part of the medical team that oversaw my temporal lobectomy in '02. I will always be grateful.
Dr Leppik will be missed when he retires but his work/research in the area of epilepsy will be remembered as well as missed.
Several other good books on the subject are also available on Amazon. (It does not hurt to search Amazon occasionally for newer titles, do intelligent internet searches on the conditions, medications, and interactions and, of course, engage in thoughtfull discussions with your general practicioner, specialist, and pharmacist.)