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... The Neuro can't say if I have epiplepsy or not. He has diagnosed me with stress related seizure disorder for now, I started out on Dilantin and that was horrible. It didn't control the smaller seizures that followed. ... (20 replies)
... that I was faking to get attention. When I have a seizure I know when it is coming and I am fully aware of my surroundings and what is going on. Alot like Williamsrdan says. ... (10 replies)
... Four books I have read on "complementary and alternative treatments for seizures" and lots of internet sites all say that stress is definitely a seizure trigger. I have read that relaxation techniques and diaphramtic breathing can reduce stess and thus help stave off seizures. ... (10 replies)

... stress can be a main cause, and only dealing with the stress will fix it long term, medication may be required long term. I know because I have seizures caused by stress. ... (10 replies)
... My seizures are stress induced. We figure it's a form of panic attack. ... (10 replies)
... Anything that places stress on the body can contribute to seizures. So, the simple answer to your question would be yes. ... (10 replies)
... My husband had his first seizure in late November. He's 38. At the time, I didn't know that it was a seizure and I called 911. All of his tests in the emergency room came back fine. He then had an EEG and an MRI done by a neurologist and both came back normal. ... (10 replies)
... I'm a daughter at the age of 15.. My dad had a seizure a while ago and now he suddenly had another one even though the doctors said he should be fine and said he didn't need to take medication anymore. ... (5 replies)
... He has an appointment with a neurosurgeon related to an incidental arachnoid cyst after a bike accident. I am going to mention this episode but I never heard of a seizure that you could "wake" someone from. ... (4 replies)
... epileptic stress related seizures. ... (6 replies)
... The doctor has confirmed that this is not epilepsy, but the seizures he is having certainly look like he is having an epileptic fit. We have been told they are stress related, but the fact that it always happens usually when he is hot and then has an cold drink. ... (4 replies)
... fe happen. My Dr told me to stay away from the stress, but we all know that's not to easy to do. So my question is this, Does anybody else have seizures due to stress in their lives? ... (12 replies)
... related Seizure Disorder". ... (8 replies)
... It is normal and standard procedure for doctors to wait to see if there is a second seizure before prescribing medication. Some people go through life experiencing one seizure and then nothing else. ... (9 replies)
... I went to the doctor recently and she had me take a stress test. ... (10 replies)
... nd are exposed to so many chemcials. They're causing us alot of head problems. I never had these problems until I hit menopause. Being a woman my problems are related to estrogen dominance. Hormones control your brain more than you know. It's the same thing with people that have migraines. ... (6 replies)
First Seizure
Dec 1, 2009
... I am a woman in my 40's and had my first, ever, seizure on Thanksgiving Day. ... (5 replies)
... I had my 1st seizure about a few weeks ago. My husband called 911 when he woke up to hear me making sounds and struggling. ... (0 replies)
... Possible sugar level related issues causing the episodes? ... (19 replies)
... i may go to a stress center as soon as christmas is over because i cant bring myself out of all the stress this seizure and not knowing is doing to me let me tell you what i use to do before 2006 i worked everyday fulltime . ... (7 replies)

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