May 24, National Epilepsy Day

13 May, 2024
Next May 24th is National Epilepsy Day. From the National Association of People with Epilepsy – ANPE we are trying to illuminate a good number of buildings and monuments throughout Spain in orange, to make visible this disease, which is, even today, so unknown.

March 8, International Women’s Day

14 March, 2024
This month of March we commemorate International Women's Day, on the 8th, and, a little later, on the 26th, World Epilepsy Day.

We start 2024

24 January, 2024
2023 has already ended and we begin 2024 with 366 days ahead (this year is a leap year) where we can write the numerous blank pages they represent.

Christmas 2023 – 2024

20 December, 2023
It’s almost Christmas! Life goes by at breakneck speed, and things can change a lot from one year to the next. And the truth is that the thing is to share and live. Live life as if it was the last day, the last kiss, the last hug.

Wonderful trip through the Pyrenees with walking included

29 November, 2023
Last week we took a getaway through the Aragonese Pyrenees and we even took a walk through Ordesa. As you can see, epilepsy doesn't stop me from doing things. Today, my age and ailments almost slow me down more than the illness itself that has always accompanied me. I think that the routine, knowing that it is there but that we get along well if I treat it well, makes me hardly think about the fact that, in fact, I have epilepsy.

Summer ended

16 October, 2023
The life of a person with epilepsy does not have to be limited by anything. Really. As long as you have epilepsy controlled with medication and even with epilepsy that is not so controlled.


4 April, 2023
Next week is Easter. This year, again, we are going to move it to Calanda, the home of my husband's family. We will get together with one of our sons and his family, and some nephews with his. In total, 16 people. This year my young son can't come.


27 March, 2023
From my small plot of land, I will continue to fight for the rights of women in general and for those of women with epilepsy in particular, to achieve true equality...


20 February, 2023
International Epilepsy Day, as you already know, is celebrated on the second Monday of February...


16 January, 2023
We are starting a new year. Time goes fast when you have two wonderful granddaughters who never stop growing and getting into mischief. For grandfathers and grandmothers they are like the elixir of eternal youth...


19 December, 2022
After two years in which we have not been able to get together with our relatives, this year we are going to be able to do it again. In my case...

Women engineers

12 December, 2022
You already know us and mjn-neuro is committed both to innovation in technology and to the social impact of each of the actions we carry out. Above all, with our product. But beyond that, we also want to give a voice to women engineers...


5 December, 2022
We interviewed Clara Gelabert, our CFO. She has been part of the mjn-neuro team for more than two years...


14 November, 2022
For me, these 64 years of life, with all its circumstances, changes, adaptations, sufferings, joys, losses, adventures... have gone by like a blur. And I can't tell you how fast a year goes by when I see myself back at the computer talking about November...


26 September, 2022
En este artículo os contaré cómo llevo el tema más psicológico de la paresia que sufrí en la pierna derecha después de la operación por la epilepsia...


19 September, 2022
I always want to join my experiences to my disease, to share with all of you that epilepsy does not interfere neither in my relationships with my people, nor in my dreams nor in what I fight for them

I have auras

11 August, 2022
... Most of my seizures have been with falls, and they appeared to me both during the day and at night, I noticed the aura minutes before...

I have had epilepsy since I was a child

5 August, 2022
I have had epilepsy since I was a child, they have never managed to control it, I have seizures that leave me very confused and make me lose myself...


25 July, 2022
This past June I have realized two wishes I had for some time: one was to go to see my son in El Prat, where he lives now, and the other was to visit the headquarters of MJN-Neuro, in Blanes, and meet Marina and Anna in person...


18 July, 2022
Back in the mjn-neuro offices and with energy to be able to tell you new experiences, today I will tell you


20 June, 2022
On May 24, the National Epilepsy Day was celebrated in Spain. Throughout Spain and in charge of the associative movement...

Sensations of Easter with the family

2 June, 2022
As I told you in my April blog entry, this Easter we have spent with our family in Calanda. We have been cold, we have been wet, we have made excursions, we have met a lot of people...


29 March, 2022
There is a great need to raise awareness about epilepsy. It is not well known. The public still fears it and does not know what to do if they witness an epileptic seizure...

Connection, innovation, startups, investment

21 March, 2022
Part of our team was present to be able to observe, test and analyze the new tools on offer at a technological level within MWC...


28 February, 2022
We need to be an army to be listened, to be heard, to be known, to be seen as we are: normal and ordinary people with a disease that makes it impossible...

I have epilepsy

24 January, 2022
My family and I are working to raise awareness in society about epilepsy. I think much remains to be done...

2022 Begins

18 January, 2022


13 December, 2021
December is a month full of festivities: the Constitution, the Immaculate Conception, my wedding anniversary, the birthdays of many relatives...


22 November, 2021
And here we are in November. The penultimate month of the year. Time to start evaluating what this period has meant for each one of us...

Marina in Girona

15 November, 2021
Hello, I'm Marina, I haven't written anything for a long time. This time I will explain you what I am doing also that I have become independent...


18 October, 2021
The last throes of summer are over: the oppressive heat, the relentless sun, the pleasant breeze from the beaches...


4 October, 2021
Ja estem al setembre. El COVID encara no ens ha deixat, però cal seguir vivint i acostumar-nos que ha vingut per quedar-se...

Entrepreneurial and innovative people in the health and social sector

30 August, 2021
The 5 ingredients that have led MJN to reach the market explained by CIMTI's Chief Operating Officer, Elisenda Casanelles.


9 August, 2021
Last Saturday, July 3rd, was my birthday, already 63! This year there was no family reunion...

Community Spirit as way to Generate Social Impact

28 June, 2021
Back in 2018 MJN was named the winning project in the health category of the first edition of the Fundación MAPFRE Awards for Social Innovation...


21 June, 2021
Someone told me one day that I was hypersensitive. I don't know. The truth is that I observe myself and every day my sensitivity is different...


28 May, 2021
Perhaps I might be heavy, but I know that it is so necessary to make visible this disease, that I do not mind repeating myself...

Warriors: Enric

10 May, 2021
My name is Enric, I am 21 years old and I am epileptic.

Benefits mjn-SERAS

26 April, 2021
I'm Marina Blánquez again, today I want to explain the benefits that mjn-seras can help us if we have it, people who have epilepsy.

National Epilepsy Day 2021

19 April, 2021
Next month we will commemorate National Epilepsy Day. It is on 24 May and we have to...

Minimally invasive techniques for the treatment of Refractory Epilepsy

29 March, 2021
Ángel Aledo Serrano is a neurologist and is specialized in pediatric and adult epilepsy at Hospital Ruber Internacional (Madrid), also collaborating at Clínica Corachan (Barcelona)...

March’s reflections

15 March, 2021
People who have a chronic disease (or two, like me), know that our life will never be the same as that of others ...

Mar’s experience

26 February, 2021
Hi, my name is Mar, I am 21 years old and I have been suffering from epilepsy for 18 years. The cause of my illness is unknown...

International epilepsy day

15 February, 2021
Today coincide that the day I’m writing this article to the blog, is the International Day of Epilepsy. When you read it, the date will have passed...


1 February, 2021
Today I want to tell you how my life has changed in such a short time. A few years ago together with my father, we said that if there was an option to operate, then it would be done.


18 January, 2021
As if that weren't enough to live with a lethal virus as COVID-19, now Filomena visits us, which is not a virus and, moreover, is beautiful, but which once again disrupts our lives as we knew it.

Milestones 2020

1 January, 2021
We are coming to the end of 2020, we would like to congratulate everyone who has helps us in our project. Your support and passion during the uncertainties of the year. Here we leave you a list of the milestones achieved throughout this 2020.

Wedding Anniversary

29 December, 2020
Today, December 9, is our 42nd wedding anniversary. It is said soon. And it doesn't seem to be that many. Really. After having lived many things together, some good and others not so good, these years have passed so quickly, that it makes me dizzy to think that we are already grandparents.

Personal growth

23 December, 2020
Hi, I am Marina Blánquez. Today I will talk to you about my improvement on the basis of epilepsy.

David Sanahuja “I seek to raise awareness of epilepsy”

22 December, 2020
My name is David and I am the president of the association to visualize epilepsy "Si jo puc, tu també #epilep".

My experience studying with epilepsy

14 December, 2020
Hi, I'm Marina, today I will be telling you how my friends found out that I have epilepsy, and also, how it was to study with epilepsy.

Interview with David Blánquez, CEO at mjn-neuro

7 December, 2020
Yes! We did it! We have been able to “steal” few minutes from our CEO, David Blánquez. You started as an engineer in artificial vision, robotics and machinery in 1997, going through more than 10 years in your own engineering company...

Interview with Xavier Raurich, COO at MJN

30 November, 2020
We introduce you to Xavier, the COO (Chief Operating Officer) of MJN. Xavier has been one of the founders of MJN along with David and Salva, therefore he is part of the DNA of the MJN project.

Marina: “This was my reaction when my father explained to me what mjn-SERAS is”

12 November, 2020
Hi, I’m Marina, I have epilepsy since I was two years old. They discovered it because I was falling suddenly and my parents didn’t understand anything at that time.

mjn-neuro at the South Summit in Madrid

28 October, 2020
MJN Neuroserveis has participated in this event where 3,800 projects have been presented and has been among the 100 finalist start-ups...

Interviewing Jordina Arcal, Chief Strategy Officer at mjn-neuro

6 October, 2020
Hello Jordina, we are with the CSO of mjn-neuro. She defines herself as an engineer, innovator, and serial entrepreneur.

A different back to school

25 September, 2020
Hello to everyone. During this unusual summer, in which the desire to rest and the desire to go out and have fun with friends collides with the need to remain as isolated as possible...

Harvey Dawkins: I soon discovered that it was far easier for me to ride than walk

26 August, 2020
I’m Harvey Dawkins, and this is my story. There are 86,400 seconds in a day to do something positive. This is what I do.

Mary Stuart: Thank you for the opportunity to talk about epilepsy

26 August, 2020
I had my first Gran Mal when my 2nd child was 6 months old. I was 23 years old. The first thing I remember was I couldn't see, I walked down the hall.

Marina Perrone: To have a device that could warn her a few minutes earlier would be the salvation of Ariadna’s life

3 August, 2020
I'm Ariadna's mother, she is 28 years old now. Ariadna has had refractory epilepsy since she was born, we have gone through different stages in these years, different medications...

Interviewing Lluís Munsó, software engineer at mjn-neuro

24 July, 2020
Being able to use my knowledge to help people is priceless.

My birthday

20 July, 2020
People with epilepsy love, have feelings and feel happy about the same things as anyone else.

Núria Lucas: It’s been half a year since I went through my epileptic seizures operation

5 July, 2020
Quise hacer un blog sobre epilepsia, pero no expresándolo de manera conceptual sino contando todas mis experiencias, tanto buenas como malas...

The phases

29 June, 2020
No, I'm not going to talk about the phases of the moon or the phases of epilepsy or the phases of someone's lifetime. These days, the phases which everyone talks about are the phases of "de-escalation"...

Why invest in R&D?

26 June, 2020
When we started our project in 2012, we knew that only a highly advanced technological solution would be able to provide a solution to the challenges we wanted to accomplish.

ALAI in COVID19 times

19 June, 2020
Living in lockdown has been part of "our normality" since October 6th, 2015, when Alai had her first crisis...

Raquel Omedes: I want to tell you a little bit about what Dravet syndrome has meant to my family and me

17 June, 2020
Hello, I am Raquel Omedes, Daniela's mother, a 6-year-old warrior who fights against a rare disease called Dravet Syndrome and Delegate in Catalonia of the association ApoyoDravet.

I have been lucky

1 June, 2020
While we are in the middle of this very unique situation, I would like to write some words that encourage everyone...

Living with epilepsy

27 April, 2020
I've always wondered at what age is it the hardest to cope with epilepsy? It's tough for me to answer that question because I've been through almost every stage of this condition...


15 April, 2020
While we are in the middle of this very unique situation, I would like to write some words that encourage everyone...

Monika Milá: “I wanted to create a blog about epilepsy telling all my experiences”

3 April, 2020
I wanted to blog about epilepsy, but not expressing it conceptually, instead telling all my experiences, both good and bad...

No odd people

30 March, 2020
Hi everyone I'm here again. Keeping up with life, events, day-to-day challenges, joys, sorrows, this blank page that awaits me every month...

Paul Warren: The Real Face of Epilepsy

10 March, 2020
This is an article by Paul Warren, originally posted on his LinkedIn account, where he explains his sister's story...

Explaining my experience can make people more interested in epilepsy

14 February, 2020
I live with epilepsy and I've never believed that my testimony could help other people. But, since I started writing about my life...


15 January, 2020
How incredible!, it's 2020! For a person who, like me, was born in 1958, this year sounds like science fiction...

My attitude towards life

18 December, 2019
Many are convinced that life is something that can be controled, and there is a controllable percentage of life, but another is not...

Núria: “I sincerely believe that more awareness is needed towards epilepsy”

10 December, 2019
I want to explain my life experience with epilepsy... and all the challenges I have faced during my life...
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José Ignacio: “I want to share my experience so they know there’s a way out”

28 November, 2019
I've seen that MJN cares about people with epilepsy and I think that my case can be very useful both for those who have epilepsy and for those who are not.
Y ahora la época de las decisiones

And now, the time of decisions

26 November, 2019
After the summer break, students return to school, workers to work and older people like me to organizing activities and making decisions...
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Insecurities, low mood

4 November, 2019
When Salva from MJN got in contact with me to collaborate with them for this blog...
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Generalized epileptic seizures

23 September, 2019
Generalized epileptic seizures are seizures in which the entire brain produces the shock that causes the seizure...
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Back from holidays

17 September, 2019
Yes, they are over. The holidays came to an end. The truth is that now I don't notice it so much, because I don't work outside home...

Beyond seizures: social anxiety in people with epilepsy

13 September, 2019
Anxiety is a feeling that many people experience at certain points in life, mostly when we find ourselves in a threatening or difficult situation-

Seizure Alert Dogs

6 September, 2019
Assistance dogs are valuable companions for people living with disabilities, giving them greater independence, peace of mind and support. In the field of epilepsy it can even save their lives.

Carmen: “I dreamt of a device to detect seizures before it happens”

2 September, 2019
A few months ago I dreamed that there was a device that detected seizures before having them and gave you medication to prevent them.
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MJN in the Social Innovation Tournament

14 August, 2019
The Social Innovation Tournament recognises and supports the best European social entrepreneurs.

Who can get an epilepsy seizure?

14 August, 2019
It is estimated that between 2 and 5% of the population will experience an episode of epilepsy at some point.

Summer and epilepsy: enjoy the beach and swimming pools safely

14 August, 2019
Concern, as most parents can say, is part of being a parent. They all want to keep their children safe, whether or not they have epilepsy.

Photosensitivity and seizures

9 August, 2019
Exposure to flashing lights at certain intensities or to certain visual patterns can trigger seizures.

Summer’s here

5 August, 2019
Summer has arrived and many of us will be organizing our vacations or are already enjoying them.

Comprehensive health care and response to epilepsy

2 August, 2019
Caring for people with epilepsy involves providing health care and social services to reduce the morbidity, premature mortality and negative psychosocial effects to which it is associated.

Epilepsy Legislation in Colombia

29 July, 2019
As we all know, epilepsy is not just a health problem, people with epilepsy also have to cope with a wide range of difficulties that affect almost every aspect of their lives.
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The social response: misconceptions and stigma in epilepsy

25 July, 2019
Stigma is a significant contributor to poor physical and mental health in people with epilepsy and will not be improved with a single approach.
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Epilepsy: A Public Health Imperative

18 July, 2019
World Health Organization (WHO) and important worldwide institutions call on governments and civil society to prioritize epilepsy

What is Epilepsy?

15 July, 2019
It is a term that comes from the Greek and means "to catch by surprise". People with epilepsy do not know before when they are going to have a seizure.

Theory of change: What is the social impact generation logic of mjn-neuro?

8 July, 2019
Our project does not originate in a hospital research centre or a university. It is born from the grassroots, from the patient, from their needs, experiences and, why not say it, from their fears.

MJN receives the Caser Award for Dependency and Society in the R+D category

26 June, 2019
In its 10th edition, the Caser Foundation awards recognize the best initiatives in terms of dependency...
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Positive attitude towards life

25 June, 2019
All my entries so far have been related to events, feelings or situations that had a connection with my life.

César: “No more fear, I’ll still respect you but I’m not afraid of you anymore”

19 June, 2019
Two years ago I was diagnosed with epilepsy, it was a hard notice, a notice that changed my life.

24 de mayo, día de la epilepsia en españa: ilumina tu vida de naranja

4 June, 2019
El 24 de mayo conmemoramos el día de la epilepsia en España. Es muy importante que las demás personas que no tienen ni conviven con la epilepsia

MJN en la II Feria Tecnológica para la Epilepsia

27 May, 2019
EL pasado 23 de Mayo en Barcelona se celebró la 2ª edición de la feria tecnológica para la epilepsia organizada por la @FEDE, Federación Española de asociaciones de Epilepsia.

Epilepsy and work

29 April, 2019
When I decided to work, I was already 24, I was married and I had already been diagnosed with epilepsy (I was diagnosed at 17).

Silvina: “I am happy with what I have and who I am!”

17 April, 2019
I'm Silvina, I'm 36 years old and I'm from Argentina, Posadas-Misiones.

Tips for happy (and safe) Easter Holidays

12 April, 2019
If you are going to travel, especially with suitcases that you have to check in or...

Mar de Sueños

8 April, 2019
Hoy os queremos explicar varias historias cruzadas…

Luisa: “I know exactly what a minute can mean in these cases”

3 April, 2019
I've had epilepsy since I was young, controlled by medication, but if I don't sleep much, I'm more likely to have a seizure.

Mother with epilepsy, child with epilepsy

25 March, 2019
I ended my previous blog entry by saying that I'd tell you what had happened to one of my children and how I dealt with it. From the title of the article it could be deduced that if a mum has epilepsy, her child will also have it. It couldn't be further from the truth. Epilepsy is not inherited. You can have a predisposition, but never inherit it.

Álvaro’s dad: “Nobody fights for them like us”

19 March, 2019
MJN brings hope to us because it can help us with a key issue. With the device they are designing we could have information about how many daily seizures our son has and adapt the things in his environment that affect him most.

Paula: “I’ve never hidden epilepsy”

13 March, 2019
It's always been difficult for me to study, but now, at 23 years of age, I can say that I've finished college and I'm currently at university.

“Women with epilepsy suffer a double burden: being a woman and being epileptic”

8 March, 2019
The social perception of epilepsy has changed a lot in recent years. Now there is more information but there is still a lot of work to do.

MJN at Mobile World Congress 2019

1 March, 2019
Last year we had the honour of winning the Vodafone Foundation prize for the best ICT Social Solution in the 12th edition.

Lía: “My dream is to live in an inclusive, informed and non-stigmatized society”

22 February, 2019
Hello, my name is Lia, I have lived with Nocturnal Epilepsy since I was 11 years old.

If I have epilepsy… can I be a mother?

20 February, 2019
Based on the fact that I speak from my own experience and that each case is unique, I can say that, in most cases, yes.

Ann: “Helping others is my passion, my calling”

13 February, 2019
In Canada alone, an average of 42 people a day learn that they have Epilepsy and over 50 million people worldwide suffer from the disorder. I can say that I Beat Epilepsy.

“We consider the training of young people to be paramount, so that we have a more tolerant and informed society.”

6 February, 2019
The social perception of epilepsy has changed a lot in recent years. Now there is more information but there is still a lot of work to do.

International Epilepsy Day

28 January, 2019
This year, to commemorate that day, there is a campaign in which we can all collaborate and make epilepsy better known around the world, that we are seen as normal people.

“It’s as important to care for the patient as it is to care for the primary caregiver”

21 January, 2019
Epilepsy is a chronic neurological disease that not only affects the person who suffers it but also their immediate environment is affected in their daily routine.

Sheila: “If we learn to live with it, we can be happier than we think”

18 January, 2019
"Learning to live with what I have", that's how I'd title my life. Epilepsy appeared just when my future plans were at their peak. I finished my college studies and I was going to prepare for the exams to be a local police officer, my dream since I was little.

MJN at CES 2019 in Las Vegas

11 January, 2019
This last week we presented our project at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, one of the most important electronic congresses in the world.

Miriam: “At least we could end the uncertainty that this disease brings”

9 January, 2019
I live in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina and at the age of 40, I suffered my first epileptic seizure. After a week I had an emergency operation for a brain tumour and from that moment I started to suffer more and more frequent seizures.

MJN at the Everis Awards

21 December, 2018
Every year the Everis Foundation organizes the Everis Awards event, a prestigious recognition of innovation, research and entrepreneurship, where companies in the technological sector from all over the world present their candidatures.

Sandra: “A device that warns you when a seizure is about to happen would be of great help”

19 December, 2018
My story is still recent and I am, still, psychologically troubled. In March, my second child was born and two weeks after giving birth, I fell asleep. When I woke up, it was over.

Retos-Colaboración program

18 December, 2018
The objective of the Retos-Colaboración call is to support cooperative projects between companies and research organisations, with the aim of promoting the development of new technologies, the business application of new ideas and techniques, and contributing to the creation of new products and services.


12 December, 2018
When parents are told their son or daughter has epilepsy it’s as if their word has just fallen apart. This mainly occurs due to the lack of knowledge still existing about this disease, and the stigma hanging over it “thanks” to literature, cinema, superstition…

Irene: “I’ve done everything I’ve ever wanted: sports, dancing, singing, studying, being a mother… I’ve lived to the fullest”

1 December, 2018
I was born on July 3, 1958. During my childhood, I had many episodes that no one associated with epilepsy (absences, gut pain coupled with the loss of consciousness and stiffness of the extremities).

Maira: “I have found a group of dance therapy where I feel good”

23 November, 2018
I am a mother of 4 children and work as an accountant for a company. In 2011 I was diagnosed with viral encephalitis that left me as a sequel mild epileptic seizures, a fact that has changed my life completely.

Oscar: “Tengo 40 años y hace cinco que tuve la primera crisis de epilepsia”

19 October, 2018
Tengo 40 años y hace cinco que tuve la primera crisis epiléptica. No tenía antecedentes familiares ni conocía la enfermedad. Buscando información descubrí que un 1% de la población está afectada por la epilepsia.
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El padre de Nahia: “Solo la firmeza de los padres puede ayudar a estos niños”

18 September, 2018
La primera vez que detectamos una actitud extraña en Nahia fue cuando ella tenía 4 años. Estábamos en la playa de Calella y empezó a mirar la playa con la mirada fija, al infinito. Hacía un movimiento de masticación. Nos dijeron que podía ser un golpe de calor, pero por la noche volvió a pasar y fuimos al hospital, donde nos dijeron que podía ser por el cambio de clima, ya que nosotros somos de Vitoria y estábamos de vacaciones.
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Marco Andrés: “Odio que me vean con lástima por tener epilepsia”

7 September, 2018
Tengo epilepsia desde los 8 años debido a un trauma craneoencefálico derivado de un accidente. Tengo problemas de miedo, ansiedad y depresión.

Salva de MJN: “Tres locos o el sueño de predecir las crisis de epilepsia”

24 August, 2018
Hace más de 6 años, David Blánquez, ingeniero y padre de una niña diagnosticada de epilepsia, propuso a Xavi Raurich y a mí, en torno a un café, una idea absurda: trabajar en un dispositivo que fuera capaz de predecir las crisis de epilepsia
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Álvaro: “A nuestro hijo le diagnosticaron epilepsia refleja a patrones geométricos”

27 July, 2018
Cuando mi hijo Álvaro nació, detectamos que era muy laxo, le costaba mucho mantenerse sentado y tardó mucho en caminar. Cuando lo hizo siempre caminaba con los brazos arriba, a la altura de las orejas.

Paqui: “Donde cae, la epilepsia desorienta mucho a la familia”

24 July, 2018
Mi padre era epiléptico y mis dos hermanos también. Uno de ellos podía llegar a tener 12 ataques epilépticos al día. Nosotros vivíamos en un pueblo muy pequeño y en aquella época no teníamos información sobre lo que era la epilepsia, no sabíamos muy bien como tenía que tratarse cuando sufrían crisis los pequeños.
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Lídia: “Un aparato para saber donde y cuando le ha dado una ausencia a la niña sería una gran ayuda”

11 July, 2018
Mi hija Lidia sufre ausencias desde que nació. Ahora tiene 16 años. La zona afectada es la del aprendizaje, hecho que le provoca una discapacidad intelectual porque no ha podido evolucionar con normalidad. Cuando tienes una persona
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Teresa: “Mi madre me llevó al neurólogo, pero según él, lo que yo quería era llamar la atención”

11 July, 2018
Cuando tenía 8 años, un día empecé a tener crisis epilépticas que relacionamos con una taquicardia que tuve. Mi madre me llevó al neurólogo. No me dieron tratamiento y cada vez fue a peor.
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Tania: “I try to handle it as best I can and with the greatest sense of humor.”

5 July, 2018
I started out with some strange "dizziness" that turned out to be a crisis of absence. They were my beginnings with epilepsy; that hateful disease.
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Dulce: “If I was going to study it would be to go to college and fulfill my dream”

13 May, 2018
I was diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of 12 and since then my life has changed. The neuropediatrician could not determine what had been the cause for sure, we deduced that it was hereditary since a sister of my paternal grandmother suffers from the same disease. I was prescribed many medications which I am allergic to most of. Today I take lamotrigine and topiramate because lamotrigine alone didn't work for me.
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Fighting epilepsy from the classrooms

28 February, 2018
The Epieduca initiative, promoted by the entity Apoodravet, MJN Neuroserveis as a technological promoter and the financial support of the QUAES Foundation, will allow the integration of all those young people who, due to drug-resistant epilepsy, are at high risk of suffering seizures in the school environment. This risk situation directly affects the autonomy of these young people for many routine tasks, which affects their levels of self-esteem and can cause depression and/or anxiety affecting their social relationships and ultimately be isolated from other partners.

Luchando contra la epilepsia desde las aulas

28 February, 2018
Epieduca permite una educación inclusiva

MJN Neuroserveis en el Mobile World Congress 2018

22 February, 2018
MJN Neuroserveis vuelve al Mobile World Congress 2018 del 26 de febrero hasta el 1 de marzo , esta vez entre las grandes multinacionales gracias al programa d-LAB del MWC. En la edición de 2017 MJN Neuroserveis ya estuvo presente como startup en el 4YFN presentando un innovador dispositivo wearable para el colectivo afectado por la epilepsia. El dispositivo consta de un auricular que registra el electro encefalograma (EEG) en tiempo real y sincroniza los datos con una app que permite detectar y alertar al usuario, familiares y cuidadores de una crisis de epilepsia
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Día internacional de la epilepsia

15 February, 2018
Vídeo recopilatorio de fotografías y perfiles de Instagram de gente con epilepsia. Luchamos contra la estigmatización de la epilepsia, difunde la palabra, compartid vida juntos. El apoyo a este colectivo está en el ADN de MJN Neuroserveis.

Epilepsy as a social condition

13 February, 2018
People affected by epilepsy have had to coexist historically with certain stigmas that have even linked them to diabolic or sacred events. Although much progress has been made in this regard in developed countries, there are still many prejudices regarding this condition and it is proven that the social consequences of epilepsy can be very serious. One of the main struggles of those affected by epilepsy and their environment on a daily basis is not the condition itself and the significant physical damage it can cause, but the fight against epilepsy as a social condition that produces anxiety, depression and isolation among the affected.

What partial epileptic seizures are, and the importance of detecting them

6 February, 2018
An epileptic seizure is very visible and shocking for those who are not familiar with the condition, who can be immediately alarmed and run to seek medical help. The loss of consciousness of a person suffering from a generalized epileptic seizure makes this visibility clear. However, there are also partial or simple epileptic seizures, which are more difficult to detect.

Qué son las crisis epilépticas parciales y la importancia de detectarlas

6 February, 2018
Una crisis epiléptica es muy visible e impactante para los que desconocen la afectación, que se pueden ver alarmados enseguida y correr a buscar ayuda médica. La pérdida del conocimiento de una persona que sufre una crisis epiléptica generalizada hace que esta visibilidad de la afectación sea clara. Pero existen las crisis epilépticas parciales o simples, que son más difíciles de detectar.
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Awards and Recognitions

13 January, 2018
MJN was selected as one of the 3 most outstanding start-ups in Catalonia in the field of Health and won several extraordinary awards.

Best thanks…

22 February, 2017
My name is Marina Blánquez, I am fourteen years old, I have dark hair and eyes and I am tall. But I have a disease: I have epilepsy....