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... Stress can be a huge trigger for seizures. I am not sure what your neuro means by stress seizure disorder, however. Is he saying that they are brought on by high stress? ... (20 replies)
... I have no family history of seizures that I know of. And the seizures I have now are triggered by high stress, low blood sugar, AND flashing lights. Does epilepsy generally have so many triggers? ... (2 replies)
... seizures". Needless to say a quick retort of why is the term SEIZURE in that name then if they are not seizures stopped the doctor cold in his tracks. He had to change his planned approach and go for treatment rather than dismiss a patient. ... (11 replies)

... Stress is a known seizure trigger. That's true. It's not a bad idea to focus on outside things and not think about seizures all the time- that's just a waste of time to focus on having seizures to the exclusion of other activities- yet at the same time, there are things people with seizures have to do and remember (meds, sleep, eating consistently) to avoid seizures. One... (2 replies)
... I too have gran-mal and peti-mal and partial and juvinille myoclonic seziours and im photo sensitive too.The photo sensitivity seems to be getting worse as I get older (I'm 37) but not sure if thats the same for everyone. But I just started with peti-mal fits and it has grown like a family tree. Hope this info helps pinky1 (12 replies)
... There are tons of different types of seizures and yes you can have more than one kind of seizure. I have grand mal and petit mal seizures and also suspecting photosensitive seizures. Like you, I react to different types of lights, but not the strobe lights in eeg. ... (12 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. This is usually a build up of issues as I try to replace my income. ... (10 replies)
... spital. They removed my left temp lobe. Thought all was going to be great but no. I've been on meds all my life with them. Go to a new Dr she says you don't have seizures all eegs are normal. We're taking you off all meds. Which I did not like. My seizures have been stronger and my moods have been up and down. ... (1 replies)
Nocturnal seizures
Aug 19, 2012
... yrs. and had seizures in my sleep constantly, not that Kroger cared but anyway, it was not until my 2nd marriage that my wife noticed the correlation between my seizures and the amount of stress I was under at the time. ... (3 replies)
... These seizures can start at either puberty or menopause. Look up Catamenial Epilepsy. See if you've got any of the triggers they talk about. ... (11 replies)
... Epileptic Seizures. I was told they were probably a result of stress or a past psychological trauma. One year later it finally hit me that everytime I eat at a chinese restuarant I have the seizures. I'm allergic to the MSG. ... (6 replies)
Mar 13, 2008
... I do know that stress can be a factor in seizures, and also lack of sleep.. ... (2 replies)
... I am not in a position to say whether what you are experiencing is either panic attacks or seizures. There are many different types of seizures and they differ for everyone. I have never had a normal EEG in my life, so for me, there is no question. ... (33 replies)
... have never been able to get rid of it. I am only able to take it to a liveable, tolerable level. Usually if my headaches get to a level 9 then that is when my seizures start. They are also brought on by stress. ... (12 replies)
... Question out of the gates. Don't you consider the very few you DO have controlled, compared to other people? If it was hormonal you would have monthly swings of seizures, so thats a good indication to begin with. Stress is a possibility, and is known as a common seizure trigger "in general" meaning it may not effect all cases. However to your question, surgeries... (3 replies)
... Hello, I was wondering if anyone has experienced the type of seizures that I do. I've been on dilantin for many years. ... (1 replies)
... is now different. It causes more stress on people that they often need to deal with. ... (11 replies)
... I don't know if there really is any one MAIN cause of epilepsy. Genetics play in part, trauma (to the brain) can play in part. Reaction to injections (booster shots) that are used for all of children have been blamed. Swelling of brain (thus no room) causing slight bruising, from illness can be cause in some cases. There are many potentials. Each case is different. ... (3 replies)
... I had untreated simple partial seizures for quite a few years before my gran mal's started in 2001. I've been on dilantin since. ... (5 replies)
... No, I don't think I any behavior changes. I never had seizures or any of that. ... (14 replies)

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