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Comes with Nickel-Free Metal "Handmade Charm" and Stainless Steel Engraved tag. with optional "Support Our Veterans" charm.
The bracelet is made fully adjustable to fit wrist sizes up to 8 1/2 inches. If your wrist measures more than 8 1/2", please let us know your wrist measurement in the Order Note section on the Cart Page. To measure your wrist, click here.
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Epilepsy is “a group of neurological diseases characterized by epileptic seizures that varies from brief and nearly undetectable to long periods of vigorous shaking”. The cause of this disease is unknown.
According to statistics, 1 in 26 people will develop epilepsy in their lifetime. In fact, in North America alone, at least 200,000 people are diagnosed with epilepsy and it is also estimated that 50,000 deaths occur every year due to prolonged seizures which is also known as SUDEP or the Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy. A person diagnosed with epilepsy and doesn’t have any clue about the said disease can sometimes suffer from fear and confusion.
Epilepsy is characterized by seizures or episodes of involuntary movements. There are many types of seizures but there are two general categories:
When clusters of neurons signal abnormally, seizures occur. The episodes vary in length, from short jerks to prolonged convulsions. Seizures also vary in frequency. Some have it a few times a day while others only have a few episodes a year.
During the month of November, the National Epilepsy Awareness Month is celebrated. This is also the best time to raise awareness about this condition. It is also a great opportunity for individuals who are not aware about the condition to learn and understand what Epilepsy is all about.
Also, during this time, giving this people souvenirs like the Handmade By Heroes Epilepsy "Alert Your Medicool" Alert Bracelet will also encourage them to spread what they have learned to other people about Epilepsy.
Raising awareness regarding Epilepsy is very important. And a lot of volunteer groups and even companies have supported this cause. The Handmade By Heroes, a company that supports and employs American veterans is just one of them.
Spreading awareness regarding Epilepsy can be done in so many ways. Epilepsy Awareness themed products such as T-Shirts, mugs, posters and work of arts like paintings are just some of the effective ways of letting people know about epilepsy. Handmade jewelries such as necklaces, rings, and bracelets can also do the trick.
The Handmade By Heroes Epilepsy "Alert Your Medicool" Alert Bracelet is a good example of this. A beautifully handcrafted work of art carefully and meticulously made by American Veterans that you can wear around your wrist anytime and anywhere to show and help spread Epilepsy awareness to other people who doesn't have much knowledge about this said medical condition.
Epilepsy awareness has significantly grown over the past few years. But at the same time, a great deal of misinformation or the lack of information has also spread with it. That is why Epilepsy themed products and materials like the Handmade By Heroes Epilepsy "Alert Your Medicool" Alert Bracelet can go a long way in spreading and educating people more about Epilepsy.
Families who have a member that were diagnosed with Epilepsy should also be the first ones to volunteer or make way to spread awareness about this condition. They should be the first ones to use and patronize Epilepsy themed products like the Handmade By Epilepsy "Alert Your Medicool" Alert Bracelet in order to show to everyone that being diagnosed with epilepsy is not the end of the world and they can still live a normal and fruitful life.
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