I was diagnosed cognitive impairment NOC in 2014. I had a couple #seizures and head injuries and was still grieving. My first seizure was in January, 2012 and it came out of nowhere. I was not in good shape physically or mentally. In NYS you lose your driver's license for a year if you have a grand mal/tonic clonic. I went to numerous doctors during that year and was out on epilepsy drugs. Keppra was the first and a rare side effect of Keppra is significant anger/rage.
As we get older, we all start to forget stuff. Usually, it's gracefully, but some are not that lucky and get head injuries, early-onset #Alzheimers, post-concussive syndrome, #TBI, and now I'm hearing long-term #covidbrain. All of these can be life-altering diagnoses. I had a grand mal seizure, yep full #tonicclonic where I flew from one room to another, hit my tile floor, and turned blue a little over a year after my mom passed away. I can't say it was shocking because I