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And Lee and No, although taking extra epilepsy medication was not mentioned as a technique in any of the other studies. 4% of carers), indicating that techniques to inhibit seizures are used more widely than previously acknowledged. It may be the case that participants have used these techniques to gain a sense of control over their condition, to limit danger associated with seizures, or by instruction from 12 Jaya Pinikahana and Joanne Dono their neurologist. Care must be taken in advocating the use of more self-control techniques relating to seizure activity because there is a danger that they are accompanied by an increase in stress and anxiety relating to trying to predict when a seizure is about to occur, thus provoking a seizure if stress is a precipitant.
Table 2 sets out the percentage differences between categories of the labor market and epilepsy status. The largest percentage difference (13%) was between those without epilepsy employed full-time (43%) and those with epilepsy employed full-time (30%). While this difference almost disappeared for those employed part-time, the proportion of people with epilepsy looking for work (10%) was more than twice that for those not suffering the condition (4%). A majority of those with epilepsy (44%) were outside the labor force compared to 35% of those who did not have the condition.
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