The power is finally in your hands

Backed by decades of research, the Seer app uses your recorded events to indicate when you might be more or less likely to have a seizure.
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Like a weather forecast, but for seizures

Seizure forecasting shows you when you are at high risk or low risk for having a seizure, similar to how a weather forecast can tell us if we should expect rain or shine.

Much like with weather forecasting, seizure forecasting is based on historical data. So, a 70% chance of rain can sometimes end up being no rain at all – and a day of promised sunshine can still turn cloudy and grey.
Still, a seizure forecast is a powerful tool for planning activities and managing life with epilepsy.

How does the world’s first non-invasive seizure risk forecaster work?

*Individual seizure cycles are determined after at least 10 events have been logged in the Seer app. The frequency of seizures is a factor in establishing seizure cycles. Seizure risk forecasts become available once the app has identified strong seizure cycles.

A modern solution to an age-old question

Since ancient times, the question of if seizures could be predicted was largely theoretical.

Access to long-term EEG data and several critical discoveries have changed that and, now, the ability to have insights over one’s own risk for a seizure is finally here.

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The underpinning of seizure forecasting technology

In collaboration with some of the world’s leading epilepsy researchers, the Seer Research Team has published several papers on the topic of seizure forecasting and seizure cycles in peer-reviewed journals.
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