Can people have seizures from anxiety?

Anxiety more commonly gives rise to seizure-like activity called pseudoseizures (without the incontinence or post-ictal period, for instance). This can occur in those individuals already vulnerable to true seizures.
Anxiety more commonly gives rise to seizure-like activity called pseudoseizures (without the incontinence or post-ictal period, for instance). This can occur in those individuals already vulnerable to true seizures.