Epilepsy Devices


Seizure medications cannot control seizures, but they can cause annoyance in at least three out of every ten people with epilepsy. Seizure alert devices, particularly for guardians of small children, are useful in telling relatives whether a seizure is occurring. Depending on the device, the gadgets can notify nearby family or parental figures when a seizure occurs via warnings, calls, or text-based notifications. They may also be able to offer salvage medicines or request an emergency vehicle if the seizure lasts too long if the individual has a history of seizures.


  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation
  • Seizure Alarms
  • Medic Alert bracelet
  • Anti-suffocation pillows
  • Mattress devices
  • Cameras
  • Smart watches

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