Clear the area around a person having a seizure to avoid injury. If the person is standing, help them gently to the ground. Provide a soft cushion under the head and try to keep him on his side. Seizures that last longer than three minutes require emergency medical care, as do people who fail to regain consciousness, experience multiple seizures, are pregnant or have no prior history of seizures.
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