For years, Lisa Clark’s life revolved around her seizures. With her brain constantly experiencing its version of an electrical storm, she wasn’t able to walk around the block by herself — let alone drive. Her personality became more aggressive and she found herself uncharacteristically “jumping down people’s throats.”
“Seizures can change your personality,” Clark said. “It can change the way you act toward people.”
Clark can’t estimate how many seizures she had each day — there were too many to count.