Google "Thyroid Disease and Chorea Psychosis" and you'll find a UK study that found Asian Males (rarely) suffered from impaired conciousness and periodic paralysis. They didn't call it a seizure---they just said that very rarely, they saw this happen.
This was associated with Hyperthyroidism (thyrotoxicosis).
Hashimoto's encephalopathy causes seizures, but it's extremely rare, fortunately. But it can't really be called a "thyroid" disorder, because it's an autoimmune brain disorder only sometimes associated with Hashi thyroiditis.
Ive heard that too cant remember where............. connection with untreated thyroid probs and seizures when some one has a seizure (the 1st one esp) all the metabolism blood tests are checked! Would love to hear more if anyone else knows
Midwest - that is VERY interesting. I've never heard that term before and after looking it up, it seems tremors are common and that's been at least one of my problems. Im not going to assume I have every disease in the book, includign this very rare version of Hashi's, but its good to know that something like that exists in case I cannot find the ultimate diagnosis for my tremors. You never know. Other than the convulsions, every other symptom describes my problem almost perfectly.