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My mom is facing mirgi or fits attack, she have history of this but now this problem is once or twice a year. While attack we become panic, what procedure we should follow for her to return to normal conditions, Pl help us.

PAST HISTORY : My mother facing mirgi, fits become unconscious, she have history of such attacks frequently is now although reduced to once or twice in a year,

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Hi,

You don't have to panic if she is suffering from epilepsy.
Usually there are triggering factors for everybody which brings them epilepsy like facing strong light,tobaco,alcohol,smoking,hypertension,inadequate sleep and food allergies
Assess the triggering factors and try to avoid them and if any medical illness then try to keep it within normal limits if possible.
During attack
1)ease her to the floor,so that she does not injure her self during attack
2)she should not wear clothes which may be to tight or constricting like collars,belt
3)she should avoid wearing any jewellery
4)Her room should be a little empty so that she has the least chances of injury
5)keep her in lateral position when she falls down if possible,
6)notice that she is breathing during attack and if not if anything like food or tongue is not obstructing her airway
7)take medicines regularly and the attack frequency should reduce.

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