4 Triggers for Non Epileptic Seizures | Psychogenic Seizures | Conversion Disorder | PNES



In this video I share triggers to non epileptic seizures. If you want to know more about my store Watch this 00:00 Time Stamps …

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  1. It’s great to hear another person’s perspective and experience. I resonate with all these triggers, have yet to really brave the caffeine thing but recently cut way back and have seen a huge reduction of symptoms. Some triggers for me have been really weird, like the light flickering through trees while in public transit 100% off the time puts me into a trance and seizures. Almost like my Inner world and outer are experiencing very different perceptual modalities. My vision will often switch rapidly from local ( pointed object perception) to global ( more soft focused peripheral vision, the patterns not so much the objects the light hits) it can even be quite pleasurable if i can manage not to judge myself or be too self conscious. Anything trauma based that would create cognitive dissonance or like a reality I’m not ready to face (denial) will do it like clockwork. Also this weird compound seizure state like sexual intimacy compounded with deep embarrassment about the seizures, judgement of self, etc, etc. Anyways, thanks for the video! ❤️

  2. @NATURALLY GRAYSFUL I just had a seizure recently. But i don’t think i am suffering from the same illness that you are having. But i am under the weather and i think my fever was to high and probably over 100 and something degress. So i think that’s what had triggered my seizure. I don’t suffer from epilepsy it was a none epilepsy seizure. I had mines in the morning and also i was in the hospital yesterday. I had just got out of the hospital yesterday as well but i am still under the weather my throat was sore. And that’s when i knew i was getting sick and next thing you know i got sick. So i have a real bad cold and i hope i don’t ever catch this seizure ever again and also your information is very interesting and very informative thank you for this video.

  3. I’m a 16 year old teenage boy. I had my first seizure 2 months ago and I fell into a pond. I had my second in early October. According to the doctors, they weren’t the worst seizures in the world. I had a 24 hour EEG and nothing showed up. They did a brain test and nothing. The doctors are frustarated because I seem like a perfectly healthy teenage boy. I had no symptoms for the first one but before the second, I felt sick and extremely hot. Then I ran and once I stopped I passed out. It’s really sad because all the other doctors think something different causes it. It’s not epilepsy. I hope it’s hormones but we don’t know yet. Good thing is that they don’t think it’s the worst thing in the world and I can function normally. Just hoping right now and it’s honestly scary, especially for a younger person. Just thought I’d mention it. Thanks for the video. I hope I find out my things soon. God bless you!

  4. I have PNES as well my triggers are bright lights , loud noises, when i over think and I have really bad muscle spasms as well and that’ll trigger it

  5. Thank you for your video I've now joined your chanel it's very difficult condition to manage I lots of other conditions that have come all with this condition sencery issues

  6. I have wondered if I had episodes like this. Here has been my experience: vertigo, nausea, an exaggerated sense of smell or an offensive scent, déjà vu, and the feeling that I’m about to lose consciousness (although to my knowledge, I’ve never blacked out).
    A few years ago I started having migraines and I began taking topamax as a preventative med; it also treats epilepsy. It could be coincidence but I stopped having those dizzy spells. Unfortunately, I still have the migraines; not much relieves them ☹️

  7. Similar experience, except with vertigo and am so happy to find your video. (my first one had seizure like symptoms).
    I haven't found anything on Conversion disorder. I was told the vertigo is in the panic attack realm.

  8. Thank you so much for sharing this! I was recently diagnosed with epilepsy and PNES and the lack of information on these types of seizures and what causes them is incredible. Mine is caused by PTSD and it caused loss of body functions (walking, talking, etc). It takes such a toll on on your body and mental health. I wish the best on your recovery because I understand your pain! Health and peace 💙

  9. Anything that spikes the nervous system pushes seizures out. Got to keep your body grounded. I can’t do black tea, coffee, sugar at items at all anymore. I don’t like the way it makes me feel. Stress triggers me, being sleepy, smells, being overly hot, bright lights, loud noises, the moon, weather, loud people, crowds, conflict and especially moods…depression and anxiety. Ugh pnes is so very hard.
    When I feel my seizures come on my face goes numb and I get a sense of panic. I try and make it to my bedroom and lay on my size and try to force myself to go go sleep, trying to shut down the machine. I’ve been in therapy for 3 1/2 yrs. I take herbal supplements that have helped a lot.

  10. Thank you for sharing. I have been diagnosed with epilepsy and PNES. Some how my muscles have been affected and doctors are trying pinpoint why this occurring. You are very inspirational that I'm not alone and there are others who can relate.

  11. 8:00 I'm sorry you haven't been feeling well. Please know .. anyone ready to hear👂..this is NOT permanent.
    Through this tunnel, a light 💡 is waiting for us at the other end.
    We will, get to the other side.
    We are allowed to envision a life free from this alien 👽 occupying our minds -temporarily. It will get evicted!
    Marisa Peer is a therapist here on YouTube who teaches how to speak to our minds that it listen👂 🎧
    There are resources available.
    Blessings

  12. Thank you so so much for sharing. I am the mum of the little girl in the profile picture. For the last 2 months I have been having tonic spasms on my left side. I'm currently waiting for neurology to get back to me with some test results. I was feeling so alone and that others don't understand what I'm going through. Your sharing reminds me that I'm not alone. My triggers can be laughing at a joke, stress, excitement, tiredness, and picking up heavier items with my left hand. Also standing up after an extended period of sitting. I hope that sharing this will help someone else feel that they're not alone. X

  13. I’m am a non epileptic. Mine is caused by extreme pain. I usually know when my finger and toes start to cramp really bad. Also my blood pressure drops really low. I haven’t had one this year so far. Praise the Lord.

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