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We all live with risks in our daily lives. Having epilepsy (a seizure disorder) can increase the risk of injury, for some people more than others. A lot depends on the kind of seizures people have, how often they have them, and the kinds of activities that are important in their lives.

Click here for more information about safety and seizures available from the national Epilepsy Foundation.

(These safety tips to reduce injury risks will probably be most helpful for people whose seizures cause them to fall, lose consciousness, or make them briefly unaware of where they are or what they are doing.)


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