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My Story

Now it’s time to tell my story. I guess my story truly began ten years ago, when I was eight. It was late July and my siblings and I went with our parents to the lot where my dad was building our house. 903 more words

Anxiety Disorder

Heaving breathing, flashing lights

So I had my sleep-deprived EEG this morning. I fell asleep after about 1am (after staying awake by catching up on the massive backlog of comics I haven’t read) and my alarm went off at 5:30am. 317 more words

Epilepsy

School from Anywhere

The good thing about online learning is that you can do it from anywhere you have an Internet connection, including an Epilepsy Monitoring Unit two hours away from where you normally do your work. 37 more words

Mission impossible

I’m going into hospital for a sleep-deprived EEG test tomorrow morning. I’ve had a few EEGs on my long journey through the world of epilepsy… 204 more words

London

Radiowave control history: the brain control was evolved from the wired connection

The brainwave control is not suddenly emerged, but it has been established for a long time, and the new methodology is always invented and added. 285 more words

Intelligence

The fragile body

Last weekend, I hit the streets of London hard. Literally. Falling while out running, I took a lump out of my right elbow, badly hurt my right root and knee and (it turns out) twisted my ankle in the process. 565 more words

Running

Procesos de cognición y el papel de la corteza auditiva para actividades motoras y cognitivas

Una particularidad conocida del cerebro humano es la íntima conexión entre la corteza auditiva y motora. Esto conduce a un efecto que en inglés se llama… 376 more words