I live in Douglas AK up crowhill down two flights of awarkard stairs and I have seizures alone on my couch and in my apartment my family is at aloss
we moved to from Anchorage ,AK to Juneau,AK when I was 8 lived here since with confrontations , accusations and people competing for attention and wired stuff
Age 3,I was hit by a speeding tow truck and had severe TBI with aquired disabilities had a nother TBI in 2016 via assault
I am treated badly for asking for help and people go after me in… read more
If you can find an Epileptologist/Neurologist is a good first the Dr. Can help you understand what types of seizures you have .how severe or mild they are. Are your seizures life threatening. The better you understand your
Epilepsy, the better judgment you have for yourself, if you should or shouldn’t call for emergency help.
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Well,the first thing is I lived in Alaska for 3 years. In the Arctic Circle, in Kotzebue and Bethel. The first thing is that Alaska us not really like the lower 48 at all! In the villages I lived in, outsiders, or minorities, or even what the natives called their own people half-breeds were treated with aggression in ways that most people in the lower 48 would be shocked by. However, the only real enforcement there are the state troopers and they're not too friendly either. As far as medical treatment goes, it is also limited when it comes to resources and opportunities. I'm aware of this myself because of having lots of seizures up there and seeing the response first hand. So, I can understand the feeling of isolation and lack of support. Primarily, because it is uncomfortable for others to place themselves in your perspective.
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