I was diagnosed with seizures but just last year they found out what kind I have they said their called stress seizures which show on eeg test.
do your siezures look like you're not paying attention? do you feel like a fly on the wall when they happen?
So, I've been noticing something about when I zone off... I see colors become more pigmented as well as a visible aura of things around me. My phiripheral becomes blurrier and my vision is just off... I don't know how to explain it. When I zone off, I have a habit where I find it comforting to rock back and forth with my arms crossed resting on my lap. I just have a blank stare and people's voices around me sound distant, almost as though they're trying to wake me up from a dream. My tics get really bad during this, too (like I'll blink really hard then open my eyes really wide after, or shift my head a certain way really rapidly). No one can really wake me up from this trance. Even if they try, it takes about 30 minutes for me to snap out of it. It's scary how I even I myself can't snap myself out of this trance once I'm in it and it happens randomly but especially when I'm in social situations for a long time or after I talk about my mental health (so I guess it's linked to being anxious or judged?). It's scary but I feel comfortable once it's happening. Almost like it's something necessary that my body needs to do once in a while. Is there anyone else that experiences this?
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Anxiety (Including GAD)