- Ease the person to the floor.
- Turn the person gently onto one side. …
- Clear the area around the person of anything hard or sharp to prevent injury.
- Put something soft and flat, like a folded jacket, under his or her head.
- Remove eyeglasses.
- Time the seizure.
Migralepsy is a rare condition in which a migraine is followed, within an hour period, by an epileptic seizure. … However, also because of the sameness, they are often misdiagnosed for each other, as migralepsy rarely occurs.Migraine and epilepsy are both common neurological disorders, although migraine is more frequent. Numerous studies have observed an association between the two disorders.Living Alone with Epilepsy: Tips on How to Stay Safe. Having epilepsy does not mean one cannot live independently or happily. In fact, you can! Because those with epilepsy who have good health and whose mental faculties are not affected, can live independently well into adulthood.