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What You Should And Should Never Do If Your Partner or Someone Has an Epileptic Seizure

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There’s a lighter side to life and one can’t help seeing humor to a situation when everything’s alright in the end. But jokes aside, when a member of your family suddenly gets a seizure for no apparent reason or if your wife happens to fall off the bed and starts going into an epileptic seizure like mine, this is what you should definitely not do.

1 Don’t Jump Around the Room Screaming and Shouting

GINI!! GINIIII!! What’s happening GINI WAKE UP, GINIII get up. C’mon man, she’s having a seizure, she can’t hear you, be calm and stop jumping around and stop freaking out.

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2 Don’t Panic

If you panic, you may raise your own blood pressure and end up having an epileptic seizure yourself. You don’t expect her to help you do you?

  • Don’t try shaking and waking up a person having a seizure
  • When you shake a person it may even dislocate a joint or shoulder
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3 Don’t shove things into the mouth

It’s a classic old wives tale that you should insert something into the mouth to avoid the person biting his/her tongue, they won’t. Instead, the victim may swallow what you shove into the mouth. Read on to find out what you should do.

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