On the off chance that somebody crumbled before you and began shaking, would you know what to do? Would you know the essential strides to guarantee they are sheltered and can relax?
Walk 26 is PURPLE DAY and all through March, Epilepsy Australia is encouraging individuals around the nation to end the shame and segregation of epilepsy and ‘GO PURPLE’, the universal shading for epilepsy.
Actuality! In Australia alone roughly 250,000 individuals live with epilepsy (a typical cerebrum issue which appears as repeating seizures) and one of every 25 individuals will have epilepsy eventually in their life.
We figured the most ideal way we can support and spread consciousness of epilepsy is to guarantee you and others are emergency treatment prepared to help when somebody endures a seizure at work, home or wherever you are.
CONVULSIVE SEIZURE MAY LOOK LIKE
Loss of quality or capacity
Modified awareness or oblivious
Uncontrolled snapping developments of appendages
Salivation or frothing from the mouth
Loss of bladder or entrail control
Indications OF ABSENCE SEIZURE MAY BE
Uninformed of environment
Unfit to react
Sudden impossible to miss conduct (lip smacking, uncommon sounds)
Emergency treatment FOR A SEIZURE
Evacuate all risks and potential perils.
Ensure their head with padding.
When reasonable, lay loss down on their side.
After waking, the setback might be befuddled or upset.
Give consolation and empower rest.