I was fourteen years old, and I had my first seizure. I was at school and walked into the wrong classroom. I woke up on the floor and wasn't able to remember my birthday, my address, or what class I meant to go to. I was wheeled off into an ambulance, and I had another seizure in the hospital. I did not have cancer, or any other ailment that causes seizures. I was diagnosed with epilepsy.
Imagine this. You had just gotten home from work, school, or whatever you do during the day or night. You are tired, and excited to rest after an especially hard day. When you get home, you open your preferred beverage, and turn on the television. Your favorite television show had recently released a new season, and you are excited to watch it. Unfortunately, the streaming service has ads. You make the best of it, having your cellphone by your side to keep you entertained during the commercials.
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