Epsy: Seizure Log for Epilepsy 12+

Seizure, Epilepsy, Medications


Designed for iPhone

    • 4.8 • 1.4K Ratings
    • Free


Join the #1 app for epilepsy. With Epsy, seizure tracking has never been easier, think of us as your daily companion to help you track your seizures, meds routine, and everything else that matters. Then, share your data with your care team to help you accelerate your journey to your best possible treatment.

We are on a mission to give the world a better way to live with seizures and epilepsy. Some of Epsy's recognitions:

*** CES 2021 Best of Innovation Award for Health and Wellness
*** CES 2021 Innovation Award for Software and Mobile Apps
*** Google Design Award 2020
*** Webby Awards 2021
*** FastCompany, Innovation by Design 2021
***UCSF Digital Health Awards 2021

With Epsy you gain a clearer view of your epilepsy, making it easier for you to spot patterns and trends. Your information can be shared with your healthcare team for improved conversations in every appointment, our goal is to make each day with epilepsy brighter than the last.

Features included in the app:

Get medication reminders when your next dose is due. Use the app to set up your medication plan, get useful pill reminder nudges to help you remember and keep track of your meds as well as how they make you feel. You can also add as needed medications, along with any emergency medications used.

When you have a seizure or other relevant experience, open up Epsy and log the event. Doing this regularly helps you understand your epilepsy better, and makes the information more holistic. While logging a seizure you can add seizure types, notes, whether you used a medical device swipe or any emergency medications.

Gain clarity and get a sense of control with your epilepsy, by seeing how your condition changes over time. The more you log, the more Epsy can help you. Log meds, moods and more daily and after a week you’ll see useful stats in the Insights view. Get personalized insights and see trends on your seizures and side effects progress.

Got a doctor appointment coming up? It can be difficult to tell your doctor everything that happened since your last appointment, with Epsy you can share overview information with your healthcare team. Your physician can see overviews of everything you have logged for more informed conversations, without missing any important details. Getting you towards your optimal treatment as soon as possible.

Separate fact from fiction with a wide variety of useful, interesting articles Epsy is a community with stories from others living with epilepsy and a range of topics from lifestyle and wellness to alternative treatment options . Read reliable information to help you on every step of your epilepsy journey .

Use Apple Watch to make your logging even easier and faster.

Epsy and Apple Health app work seamlessly together, enabling easier health tracking with your health and wellness information all in one place.


With the Epsy widget, you can have the important things for your day all in one place. Plus, it lets you log your meds and seizures, without you having to open the app.

Use Epsy for your daily medication reminders and your seizure tracking. Get to know your triggers, learn more about how your mood, sleep, diet, and other factors, can affect your condition. Share deep, personalized insights with your doctor: Show up for every appointment with all the information you need to advocate for yourself, by giving your healthcare team everything they need to know.

Live better with Epilepsy with Epsy.

Works with iOS 16, Apple Health and Apple Watch.
Works with iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14, iPhone 13, iPhone 12, and iPhone SE.

What’s New

Version 2.60

This version adds some general performance improvements and bug fixes.

We are so very grateful for all your love for Epsy! If you like the Epsy app, please take a moment to write a review. Rating and reviews help us help more people, plus we love hearing from you!
Do you have ideas on how we can make it better? Please send us your feedback at contact@epsyhealth.com or within the app (go to 'Profile', then tap on 'Give Feedback').

*** Epsy is about living better with epilepsy. Tracking seizures has never been easier.
Getting to know your epilepsy is the first step to making progress. So meet Epsy, the new app to help you live well with epilepsy and seizures.
Now you can easily track and manage your seizures, triggers, meds and more, for more clarity every day. ***

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
1.4K Ratings

1.4K Ratings

Victorelli🤌💪👾 ,

Grand Mal Seizures

I have a couple of followers on instagram that go through the same I go through. We support each other and Epsy is an I found that really has been helpful. I been using this app for more than 4-6 months slowly learning how to use it. I didn’t really know how to use it in the beginning and only began tracking one of the meds I take. I bring it up everywhere I’m at, specifically at hospital emergencies. I showed it to my neurologist once. She didn’t know how to use it much or log on. I got help once at emergency and started to try adding different other meds to log which days I been taking, times. How to add on or take off so I can show my neurologist at appointments and it can be more simple on how my body has been reacting on seizures

Developer Response ,

Hi Victorelli 👋 Thank you so much for your review, the Epsy team appreciates this so much 💜 I would love to hear more about how we can make it easier for you to learn more about Epsy features, can you please kindly drop us an email to contact@epsyhealth.com?

CL Nunn ,

Okay So Far

I haven’t used the app very long but I noticed there isn’t a way to track how long the seizure lasts. It gives you the option to track when it starts but not when it ends and for people who have seizure episodes that stop and start back up in the same time frame, it would be nice to have this option that way you can see how over time it trends on a graph. I would like to also see a video recording option so when you have your phone or other device around, you are able to instantly record the episodes and what they look like for doctors to be able to view and give insight. In addition, when you open the app, an automatic timer option should appear so those who need to keep track of how long a seizure has lasted can do so not only for themselves but especially if they are caring for a loved one or patient in addition to if any rescue medications were given and type, dose, etc. Other than this things, the app works well.

Sarah1024 ,

Best app I have used

I have tried other apps to remind me to take my medication on time, as I have Chiari Malformation and Hydrocephalus as well, and since my surgery my memory is not the best, very forgetful. So I love the reminders that are separate from the other things scheduled in your day so I stay focused. I have tried the app epiwatch by Hopkins University and I thought that would be a great app but it's difficult to use to track seizures, and has a lot of bug fixes. This one does not. It works perfectly. It also lets you go back and mark if you forgot to mark that you took the meds. Seizures are easy to mark the times and describe. I would like a few more words than 200 or maybe I am just long winded lol but overall great app you will not be disappointed at all!

Developer Response ,

We are glad you love Epsy! 💖 Thank you, Sarah1024! 😃 We like to hear you find it easy to log your seizures and that Epsy helps you to stay focused when you are taking your medications. ⭐️ We want Epsy to be a tool to help you extend your memory for these things

Thank you for your suggestion about allowing for longer comments. We’ll take that onboard! Epsy is on a mission to make living with epilepsy easier and better for everyone

App Privacy

The developer, Livanova, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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