Epilepsy, the most common of the serious neurological conditions is diagnosed when a person has more than one seizure.
What to do when a epilepsy patient has a seizure:
1. Check that the mouth is empty
2. Position the head and body to free the airway. Place the person on their side and hold the chin up.
3. Stabilise their head with your hands to prevent them from sustaining further injury.
4. Ask someone to call an ambulance if the seizure persists.
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