Comparative Studies in K9 & Human Epilepsy: Triggers, Trials & Tribulations. Can Solar Flares, Lunar Phases & Weather Trigger Seizures?
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A solar eclipse. A full moon. Severe storms. Devastating hurricanes. And, according to NASA, “Two solar flares were released by the Sun (on September 6), on which was the most powerful flare recorded since 2008.” What are solar flares? The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Space Weather Prediction Center reports that “Solar flares are large eruptions of electromagnetic radiation from the Sun lasting from minutes to hours” and, while they do occur periodically, this powerful one set a “strong geometric storm watch” in effect for several days.
What Does All This Mean For Those with Epilepsy?