6 things that can trigger a seizure even if you don’t have epilepsy

“When people are coming back [from a seizure], that’s when they’re at their most vulnerable,” Bagić said. “It can be scary if the first thing they see is people staring at them or panicking.”

Another key point: Stay with the person until you’re sure that she’s completely recovered. Do all that, and it’ll be heroic enough.

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