Keep a good seizure log

One of the key elements to managing seizures is keeping a quality log.

If you know how often they happen, when they happen, and other details, you can be better prepared and figure out what you can do to reduce their impact.
A good record is invaluable when talking to doctors, figuring out what's having an impact, identifying triggers and trends, and so much more.

The best way to do this is to find a system that works best for you; one that you can remember to use and is easy to write down your notes.

The Birdhouse for Epilepsy app is one great way to do this. 
You always have it on hand, it's quick and easy to input your details, and then you can easily look back at your notes and make observations.

If you want a little extra help, Birdhouse Premium will do a bunch of the hard parts for you.

You can easily compare your notes on Seizure-events with Triggers, Moods, Sleep, Food, and more.
It will even email you little summaries that empower you to make observations and discoveries at a glance, right in your inbox; no remembering!

Do you often forget to write down when you've had a seizure, making any system -no matter how good- not very helpful?

Birdhouse Premium for Epilepsy has a Quality Seizure Log feature to help you.
Your app will email you once a day to ask if you've had any seizures? 
Reply NO and it will record a Seizure-free day in your notebook.
Reply YES and it'll mark it down. You can also include any notes and it will save those, too.

You can log in to the app and update or modify any details, but this feature will increase the quality of your log, giving you the power to make changes and improvements!

Worried it'll just add to your pile of email?
You can ignore them, delete them, or turn them off, and it won't cause any problems. But the occasions where you do have a chance to reply, you'll have that many more notes to put to use.

You can try the Birdhouse for Epilepsy app for FREE and see what you think.

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