A seizure is the physical findings or changes in behavior that occur after an episode of abnormal electrical activity in the brain.
If a person has repeated or prolonged seizures without regaining consciousness or returning to normal behavior, the body may develop a severe lack of oxygen. This is an emergency situation. Seek immediate medical help.
Treat any injuries from bumps or falls. Record details of the seizure to report to the person's primary health care provider. You should note the following details :
If this is the first time someone has ever had a seizure, or if this is an unusually long seizure in someone who has a seizure disorder, call 9960005088 or Hospital emergency number -0253-6639008 immediately. These symptoms can be caused by life-threatening conditions, such as a stroke or meningitis.
Report all seizures (even a mild one) to the health care provider. If the person is known to have epilepsy or recurrent seizures, their doctor should be notified so that medications can be adjusted or other instructions given.