At age 18 years old I was diagnosed with Anxiety Neurosis in 1972 by a US Army Doctor. No treatment was given at that time. Then, in 1975, I had a lacerated scalp injury and blunt force trauma to the right side top of head. It was an open head wound. It required 8-10 stitches to close the wound. Within 6 months I started seizure like symptoms. I would suddenly stop breathing, my back would arch up-ward and I would row off the sofa onto the hardwood flooring gasping for breath. I was nervous and jittery the rest of the night. At first they came only once a month. Then, in 1977, I had another accident. Same spot on head, lacerated scalp, open head wound, blunt force trauma. Another 6 stitches to close wound. Now, having neurologica episodes twice a month night or day. I lost my ability to write with my hands, mispelled words, left out letters in sentences, constantly having to correct my writings. I had sudden black out spell falling down in 1981 while carrying heavy steel typewriter, resulting in another head would right temple. In 2008, Veterans Doctors claim my sickness to be only Generalized Anxiety Disorder and nothing else. My question is can Generalized Anxiety Disorder or Anxiety Neurosis last for 36 years without stop? Western Neurology Group Diagnosed me with Complex Partial Seizure in 1986. I am very confused here, help.