Did you know that convulsions are one of the first symptoms of a sulphur deficiency?
Doctors in any field of modern medicine rarely share this piece of information with their patients. I am still yet to meet a neurologist who even considers mineral deficiencies worth discussing as a potential contributing factor toward my seizure activity. I find this subject to be important because for the longest time I simply went along with the recommendations of my doctor. I’d take this medication or that medication and when I went in for my follow-up appointment still struggling with seizure activity the only option was to change medications. It wasn’t until a few years after my diagnosis with epilepsy that I realized there are other options besides medication. It is thanks to this realization that I discovered my own sulphur deficiency. Yet another piece to the puzzle that is leading me to understand exactly why I’m having these seizures and how to fix them. I’ve made this Epilepsy Insight because you have the right to know if you can be doing more to prevent your own seizure activity…starting with sulphur.
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