Weren't exactly sure where to put this. Old school friend of mine has taken up Muay Thai. Padwork only, no sparring. She suffers from epilepsy and has had a brain hemmorage and surgery since. She has taken up an interest into going into BJJ and has obvious concerns. Talking to her about blood chokes, we all understand that for people who don't suffer from epilepsy find the choke "uncomfortable" and tap way before anything really happens. But obviously, I myself have zero clue about short/long term effects of rolling with this condition. Will limiting blood supply even for a moment be harmful? ( i mean, we never really cut it off completely ever but obviously dont know the affects in comparison) Anyone have ideas/thoughts/expertise/students with epilepsy who train MA?