Re: non epileptic seizures
An hour or longer is not good to hear. :/
It depends on the patient for lengthy seizures and what to do. They (dr's, hospitals, etc) say if it's longer than 5 minutes to call for help. I don't agree with that depending on the patient. If I have a GM and come out without bleeding, no broken bones, and I have people around me that know what to do; going to a hospital will do nothing but rack up bills; possibly give you a drug overdose.
But if it's an HOUR long thats a DRASTIC SEIZURE that may be something to reconsider if you should go or not... I hope it is a short seizure and the post seizure effects are lasting that long... If the seizures are that long you may consider other actions if there's not another adult in the house to observe your safety. It could be "cluster" GM's (one after another).
Being tired after a GM was very common with me. I'd crash for 2-4 hours and I'd be a little tired even after the sleep, but for the most part recovered of the after effects.
I hope there's others in your house, neighbors, good friends, relatives etc that can take over the driving. If you are not well controlled driving is something you may need to look at hanging up until you have control :/ .
That makes me concerned if you have had seizures THAT long.