This six-page handout educates people about seizure, which is a sudden, abnormal electrical activity in the brain that is a symptom of a brain problem. It explains that people who have recurring seizures may have a disease called epilepsy. It lists possible causes of seizures, discusses warning signs, and describes what can happen during a seizure, clarifying when 911 should be called immediately. The document discusses testing, medicationv and treatment based on the cause of the seizure, and safety concerns and precautions.
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