Category Archives: Epilepsy/Seizures

Great resource to find free or low cost medication programs

Medications can be a very important part of managing a medical condition, often in conjunction with other therapies and healthy lifestyle.  Unfortunately, as many patients know, they can also be one of the most expensive aspects of a treatment plan.  What some … Continue reading

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Meet our doctors for National Epilepsy Awareness Month

We have 34 adult and pediatric neurologists at Noran Neurological Clinic, and all are very experienced in treating patients with neurological disorders of all kinds.  Furthermore, each of our providers is expertly trained in identifying and managing patients with epilepsy disorders.  However, … Continue reading

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Raising awareness of Epilepsy and Alzheimer’s Disease in November

We are halfway through November, and well into National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, as well as National Epilepsy Awareness month!  Both neurological issues affect many people, and you may have a friend or loved one who manages their own condition and/or that … Continue reading

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Infusion: A Q&A with Chad Evans MD

Chad Evans MD is a Board Certified Neurologist who also heads Noran Neurological Clinic’s Infusion Department as the Director.  As a certified electrodiagnostician, he additionally performs EMGS for both his own patients and for other providers’ patients when ordered.  In … Continue reading

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Neurology Today: Seizures and Epileptiform Activity Occur in Early States of Alzheimer’s, New Study Finds

Seizures and Epileptiform Activity Occur in Early States of Alzheimer’s, New Study Finds Talan, Jamie Back to Top | Article Outline ARTICLE IN BRIEF Investigators reported that 6- to 7-percent of patients with Alzheimer’s disease and/or amnestic mild cognitive impairment … Continue reading

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The Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota wants to know how YOU are wired

The Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota has just initiated a new campaign encouraging those with epilepsy/seizure disorder to share how they are wired uniquely, outside of being wired for seizures. Although epilepsy can be a difficult condition to live with, it … Continue reading

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What is Neurology?

Many neurology patients don’t realize the full extent of what neurology covers.  Neurology is the field of medicine that studies the nervous system – the brain, spinal cord and the body’s complex network of nerves.  Illness or injury can affect … Continue reading

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Personal Seizure Diary

This personal seizure diary can be used to track your seizure activity.  Recording this information is helpful to your physician as part of your treatment plan.  Feel free to print as many copies as you need. SEIZURE DIARY

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Seizure Safety

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Remembering your dreams: Dream recall frequency and content in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy

The temporal lobes in the brain help process emotion and memory. A new study shows that people with temporal lobe seizures may have an increased ability to remember their dreams…read more

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