Medical alert bracelets help ensure relevant support after a seizure

February 26, 2015

With 40 different types of seizures -- many of which can happen without warning -- it is critical to let people around you know about your Epilepsy or how they can help. A medical alert bracelet is an effective way to get across that you need support, or could carry a phone number to get in touch with your loved ones. Even when the seizure has passed, you can often be confused or exhausted and a medical ID can help you communicate.

Discover four reasons why anyone with Epilepsy or a Seizure Disorder should consider a medical alert bracelet. Get advice on how to choose the right bracelet or necklace, and links for support or advice.





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