A smarter seizure management app
Record events and easily add details that tell the story of what you’re experiencing in just a few taps. Detailed records are crucial for helping your doctor understand the nature of your events.
- Advanced medication manager
- Export historical data for your doctor
- Personalized insights
- Pair a Fitbit for additional data
- Seizure cycle investigations [Learn more below]
Discover your seizure cycles [Coming soon]
Seer Research has found that seizure cycles are common for people with any type of epilepsy.
Our knowledge of seizure cycles can help to forecast your seizure risk*. Like a weather forecast, historical data of when your seizures occurred in the past can be used to reveal when your seizures might be more or less likely to occur in the future.
Seizure cycle tracking has the potential to help people with epilepsy manage their condition and live a better quality of life.
This feature is currently being used in clinical trials. If you’d like to be notified when it is more widely available, please register your interest via the form.
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A modern solution to an age-old question
Since ancient times, the question of whether seizures could be predicted was largely theoretical.
Access to long-term EEG data and several critical discoveries have changed that and, now, we have clearer insight into how to track one’s seizure cycles.
Seizure cycle research essentials
In collaboration with some of the world’s leading epilepsy researchers, the Seer Research team has published several papers on the topic of seizure cycle tracking in peer-reviewed journals.
Circadian and circaseptan rhythms in human epilepsy: a retrospective cohort study | 2018
Using data from over 10,000 seizure diaries (from SeizureTracker NeuroVista databases), this research paper verified that seizure cycles do exist and that most people have them.
Forecasting cycles of seizure likelihood | 2020
A majority of people with epilepsy exhibit circadian rhythms (24-hour cycles) in their seizure times. Using a mobile seizure diary app, this study developed personalized forecasts for it’s participants. Results showed that participants spent 67.1% of their time in a low-risk state and 14.8% of their time in a high-risk warning state.
Cycles in epilepsy | 2021
We know that cycles of epileptic brain activity operate over many timescales including daily (circadian), multi-day (multidien), and yearly (circannual). This paper reviews the tools identifying such cycles, highlights our knowledge gaps and explores how the concept of seizure risk can come to life.
Our research collaborators
*When available to users, the Seer app is designed to forecast the risk of a seizure occurring for informational purposes only, and should not be relied on as health or personal advice. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice and you should always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional. Seer Medical and its affiliates do not accept any liability for any omissions, errors, or inaccuracies in the forecast generated.