Exercise is beneficial for people with epilepsy, but many physicians still don't encourage it

Exercise helped Delhi college student Vinay Jani gain strength and lose weight. But in 2005, he began having seizures. Seizure control was elusive, and Jani went into a depression. He stopped exercising and gained back more than half the weight he had lost.

This article was originally published on MedicalXpress.com

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