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Mar 14, 2008
... Aurorasmommy ius right that stress can cause seizures. ... (2 replies)
Mar 13, 2008
... Is it possible to have seizures from taking an antidepressant? ... (2 replies)
... know this and could have saved myself 2 seizures. The best thing you can do is keep a watch and what the person eats, drinks, or takes as meds, and also know the stress in their life. I hope all goes well and I hope I have been some help. ... (10 replies)

... I agree, stress is the biggest problem for me. And yes, mine happen when I sleep on my back! That I know of anyway. I wonder why that is? ... (6 replies)
... I guess I'm frustrated because I STILL after 5 years, find it hard to really believe these are truly seizures I'm having. I wonder if I really maybe could be just clenching my teeth or something. My Neuro says no, that I'm just in denial. ... (6 replies)
... and i thank all of you for helping me with all my questions 1 good thing is its not seizures that was the good news . ... (33 replies)
... treat it so it doesn't happen anymore. Let the doctors do what they have to do and find the right medication to get it under control. It doesn't matter if it's seizures or anxiety. What matters most is having you feel better so you don't have these episodes anymore, right? ... (33 replies)
... Having a hospital roomate that was awful and loud made everything that much harder. Glad you are away from that roomate from the hospital and at home again. The stress has seemed to have lessened. just keep fighting and doing what is best for you. ... (8 replies)
... Hi, I'm new to this forum and I'm hoping someone can give me some advise. My 4 year old daughter was recently diagnosed with partial complex epilepsy. All of her seizures have been during the night or early morning. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks alot guys, you've given me some hope over here! I do believe that my wildly fluctuating hormones have some interaction with the seizures. I'm already taking (again) a Vit B complex with folic acid and passionflower which is supposed to reduce stress. I have tried in the past using Valerian and Gentian flower in a commercial preparation, and got the worst migraine of... (8 replies)
... Wokstar- I know what you mean about feeling so lousy after you wake up from a night seizure. I have them as well- not sure what sort, but the inside of my mouth gets chewed up, along with my tongue, and I've been incontinent enough times with these to keep a reusable pad on the bed. There's something about the relaxation of the brain (or something like that) that makes the... (24 replies)
... What about stress and anxiety? ... (5 replies)
... most of my seizures only come from exercising. ill either be running or lifting weights and then have a tc seizure. my doctor thinks it might be because of the stress of the exercise. either way he told be to stop exercising for a while but since im playing college soccer thats not really an option so i dont know what to do. ... (5 replies)
... Does weight lifting or other exercise trigger your seizures? Is it the stress? Dr's told me to only do light exercise because it seems to be a trigger for me. Thanks for your input. (5 replies)
... I know that some seizures in people can be triggered by stress, lack of sleep, etc. ... (70 replies)
... Seizure disorders are so unique, and relatively unstudied, that I'm not able to provide you with many concrete answers. However, maybe you can draw something valuable from my experience. I know it's scary. The "staring" you talk about isn't necessarily indicative of a full-blown seizure (though it often is). However, the staring itself is a type of seizure called an aura. I... (5 replies)
... For a lot of people, breakthrough seizures thng to look for is infections, dehydration, too little sleep, extra stress, menstrual periods, or other personal triggersl. ... (7 replies)
... I think I'd be aiming to maim some other part of his anatomy, but if you're a leg person.... :) ....."stress seizure disorder".....Man, I'd want some serious clarification on that one....that sounds like he's blowing you off without actually blowing you off (just my opinion)... but giving you meds for something that the meds aren't used for? Can you do some doc shopping?... (14 replies)
... Unfortunately those two seizure types are both REALLY sensitive to lack of sleep, sleep deprivation, missed AEDs, and stress of any kind. Sometimes, it can be a part of a reflex epilepsy, but that is inherited. ... (5 replies)
... I am worried about my son and the mental stress he must be going through although he says he is fine i often worry if that is true. Well I hope to hear from you soon. ... (9 replies)

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