This question gets thrown around a lot in the epilepsy community, but I can honestly say that it is not a good idea to try to make an assumption about epilepsy based on physical, or even mental, disability because you may be mistaken. There are several reasons why this idea is wrong, and one of them is that while epilepsy is a neurological disease, it is also a mental health disorder. When it comes to physical disability, it is a physical disability.
The same can be said about mental health disorders. I personally know a few people who were or still are completely disabled by severe depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses. So these mental illnesses should not be viewed as disabilities but as normal conditions. The fact that they are seen as disabilities doesn’t mean that you cannot be a part of it, but it doesn’t make it something that should make you consider it.
In my opinion, epilepsy and mental health disorders are two separate disability categories. The main difference between them is that the latter is not a disease and not a physical disability, but the former is a mental disability. Because people with mental illnesses are not physically disabled, they can be helped, not hindered, in their lives.
We know that a lot of people with epilepsy and mental health disorders have some sort of disability or other impairment that is not a mental disability. But the question of how the two disabilities are different is still a subject of debate. I believe the main difference is that epilepsy comes from a genetic or biological imbalance. When you have two or more epileptics in a family, it is often because the parents have epilepsy themselves.
That is to say that epilepsy is not a mental disorder, but a neurological issue. When you have epilepsy, you tend to have a certain amount of epilepsy of your own, often called “epilepsy of the whole body.” In other words, the body’s epileptic parts are affected most. Epilepsy can also affect how your brain works. The brain is more sensitive in certain parts of the brain, like the temporal lobe, which is responsible for language.
There are three types of epilepsy: focal, generalized, and the more rare type of infantile. These are the kinds of epilepsy that affect the brain’s frontal lobe. Epilepsy of the whole body, also called generalized epilepsy, affects those parts of the brain that are responsible for motor skills. The most common types are infantile, focal, and generalized. Generalized epilepsy is usually caused by an inherited disease and is usually associated with mental retardation and other symptoms.
Epilepsy can be defined as the excessive or abnormal discharge of a nerve cell in the brain, or the death of neurons that controls nerve signals. In other words, it’s the death of the seizure cells. The more severe the epilepsy, the more likely it will cause you to have seizures in your life. Since most people with epilepsy are aware of what they are when they have a seizure, they may not even realize they have epilepsy.
This is a term that doesn’t really have a clear definition, but generally speaking, the more severe and/or frequent the seizures, the more likely you are to get epilepsy. One of the best ways to avoid getting epilepsy is to be aware that you have epilepsy. I can’t stress this enough because you are more likely to have epilepsy by being aware that you have it.
Like everything else, people with epilepsy can have varying degrees of awareness. That is, they can have a higher or lower awareness. A person with high anxiety and high anxiety sensitivity may be able to recognize that they have a problem with anxiety but not be aware that they have epilepsy.