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

By Andrew Alpin, 10 May 2017

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4 Don’t slap the person even lightly thinking it will bring him/her around

Be it your wife or your husband or anyone having a seizure for that matter; don’t slap the person’s face repeatedly hoping they will come around. If by chance the person has fallen on her face, you may just be contributing to the swelling and pain later. But if it’s your wife and you do this, she may just give you a sound kicking when she recovers.

Don’t slap the person

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5 Don’t fight with your dog when he snaps and snarls at you

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That sentence may seem out of context here but this is a very real situation in any household that may have a little dog attached emotionally to the victim. That little maniac may just bite your pants off if he thinks you’re getting violent with his mama just like my screwball did. Muzzle him immediately or lock him in the bathroom for both your sakes.

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6 Don’t Panic and call everyone in the world except emergency

As long as you have one or two persons on call to help you like a neighbor or someone experienced in such things that should do, don’t phone your entire family, friends, colleagues, and maybe even the grocer, milkman, and baker. Call EMERGENCY instead.

Don’t Panic and call everyone

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7 Don’t give any warm or cold drinks immediately on recovery

Doctors advise not to give any food or drink such as warm milk until and unless a person is completely recovered and is in her senses.

Don’t give any warm or cold drinks immediately

 

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