When certain events occur in our lives; such as wedding, loss of a loved one, new job, new home, and even a new baby. These things can most definitely trigger your anxiety; because there is change that happened causes you to fear, obsess or over analyze the situation.
I have been dealing with anxiety for over 20 years, and I have experienced it all. It was hell. However, now that I have gained self-control I am able to deal with the feelings and along with the treatments that has helped me.
I remember being anxiety free for about 3 months and I found myself doing well; then something good happen, I landed a job that I always wanted. Two days before starting my new job I had a panic attack out of nowhere, and I started experiencing anxiety attacks after that. However, with the treatment and therapy I got better once again, and felt myself gaining self-control again; then something good happen, I and my 2 sons moved into a beautiful apartment that was in the perfect neighborhood. A week after moving in, the symptoms came back full force and I experienced a panic attack which lead me to the ER, and I started experiencing severe anxiety after that. This time with the anxiety it caused me to lose my job, because I was scared to go outside and afraid to go to work. Therefore, I got evicted from my apartment, and me and my sons had no choice to move in with my mother that made my anxiety 10x worse, because she and my whole family are all toxic and does not understand "anxiety" one bit. I found myself having anxiety attacks every single day at my mother's house, because she triggered it by yelling at my children and saying hateful things to us. Although, anxiety and panic attacks has never been known to cause any physical harm, it is all just a mind thing. However I believe the tension, shortness of breath, and hyperventilation... caused my asthma to resurface. I have been asthma free since I was around 11 years old, and for some reason it resurfaced. It is not as bad, however I started experiencing asthma around that time.
therefore, I can most definitely relate to you. I really do believe your anxiety is causing your seizures to resurface, but I am not a professional and don't know for sure. I can just tell you how I feel from similar experience.
I just want to tell you that you are blessed and have nothing to be worried about. Do not let your anxiety mind gets the best of you, and affect your physical health, and/or ability.
Become aware of your triggers, and work on changing the way you think.
Try reading to keep things off of your mind as well. I just purchased and downloaded a book called "Anxiety Street: GAD Self-Help Technique" on Amazon.com.
The motivational section in this book is amazing, it is almost like the writer of the book wrote this for me.
There are also tons of other books you could try reading. Reading in general takes your mind off yourself. I learned that while battling my anxiety, I would often read other people success stories and experiences which made me want to work hard at overcoming this, and I did. I wish you the best.
I hope I helped.