Welcome to the introduction of Refractory Epilepsy Self Therapy (R.E.S.T.). This quick guide will get you acquainted with a new and innovative individual self-therapy program of Positive Seizure Management intended to work with the therapies (medical, dietary, etc.) already in your day to better manage seizures and provide you a higher sense of well-being, self-awareness, and self-control.
What is Positive Seizure Management? A blend of faith-based. Principles, modern psychology exercises, and universal law that bring a drug-free enhanced feeling of well-being into the daily life of the adult diagnosed with a seizure disorder and willingly practicing positive seizure management.
Within the program of R.E.S.T. (Refractory Epilepsy Self Therapy), many like-minded creators have and will come together to provide quality resources for your consideration and use. We strongly suggest before acting, you discuss any change of medical regimen, diet, or exercise with your doctor. We are not medical doctors and do not accept responsibility for your actions. Only you are responsible for your actions, this is personal responsibility, a cornerstone of R.E.S.T. The program of R.E.S.T. is a unique and innovative self-therapy program intended to work in conjunction with other therapies to help adults living with Refractory Epilepsy increase their daily well-being while decreasing stress and, hopefully, finding better management of seizures. R.E.S.T. is not a cure for a seizure disorder, it is a program of self-therapy. R.E.S.T. is an intensive plan of Positive Seizure Management intended for adults diagnosed by their treating physicians with Refractory (medically uncontrolled and incurable) Epilepsy. When the affected adult takes personal responsibility and action, the program has a higher percentage of success. We believe in thinking about living with Refractory Epilepsy differently. R.E.S.T. is not a program suggesting more pills, powders, or promises. We believe in challenging the status quo of the “lack” mindset created by the diagnosis of disability. We also believe in teaching any adult ready to learn, how to feel better through the power of positive thought, focused action, and established good habits. Some topics we will cover together include but are not limited to:
• Recognizing and Meeting Your Needs
• Nutrition, Movement, and Sleep
• Meditation and Spiritual Connection
• Integrating Areas of Life into Your R.E.S.T.
When you are ready to accept a diagnosis, you cannot change and take action to begin feeling better, continue reading through the content provided here to you and begin to … Welcome R.E.S.T.[/learn_more]