Having suffered a couple of seizures recently, my family is concerned that this could happen when I'm out running (more so if I'm out early in the morning, or way out on some quiet country lane). Does anyone use, or know of, any suitable devices (or apps) that can be used to track my location if something happens when I'm training? (Or even if I'm just out for a pint of milk.) I'm getting an ID bracelet, but my wife reckons I also need something with a bit of GPS. (I'm a bit old-school and I don't use a Garmin or one of those things that bleeps every mile, so any advice would be useful. Thank you!)
Totally agree with CunningFox. CBT and running worked for me. Might sound like a cliché, and yeah, at times it's easier said than done, but just do it. Get your shoes on and get out the door. Remind yourself that you can get through it. Good luck.
Thanks for all your suggestions, folks! I don't mind hills per se (I love the Loch Ness marathon, for example), it's just when they require actual climbing rather than running. Connemara and Dartmoor sound good, though!