Totally, and I really don't think any of these big shots suffered from these mainly, and if they did, in their times, they would have not as easily made it to the ages they might have, or they might have been noted for these things and called epileptics, and I also don't think they might necessarily be enhanced or can really go too far or succeed much without good medical care while dealing with a problem like this, I think the people who suffered from such things back then probably had short seeming lifespans or were prone to dying or even being killed, and otherwise couldn't overall amount to much.
Also, as far as I'm aware, none of these guys actually were known to necessarily write or write tons (or at all), and many of them didn't even seem to be to be exceedingly religious. For example, if one looks at the letters attributed to Paul, he is dealing with matters in a sort of business-like way as well, policies, priorities, reasoning, it just doesn't really seem quite the same even as a person who might have a mental illness and is going on a frenzy of writing, and its possible he was also using scribes for those writings, and overall there aren't really that many or anything (at least that are considered his and were saved) as compared to some philosophers and other thinkers and writers.
So it doesn't really fit the supposed symptoms even that I mentioned, and I don't think he was an epileptic, and I think also his story may have been true possibly, and that he saw a vision or something, which isn't all too uncommon, and the fact that he was such and influence and success, I think that he was basically destined for all of it as well, and he may not have even intended some of the things people say he said or how they take it, for all we know, he could've been a good guy, he could've been a bad guy, or he could've been no guy at all, there is no way to tell really, but I have more often seemingly used his words and writings more than those attributed to Jesus, and I chop them or edit them as I can to try to make them compatible with my framework and try to use them for those who believe in them to encourage them towards what I think is best and basically Islam. So my version of Paul is Muslim Paul when I'm using Paul and following Paul.
Likewise, Muhammed seems too much of a success overall to have been someone suffering from some kind of disease like this, that would be a miracle really in its own right, but he didn't write anything, and didn't seem to end up saying or doing lots of stuff, the Qur'an isn't even that big and it certainly isn't rambling religious writings (like some people), but rather its expert "poetry" if one wants to call it that, and I don't think a disease could produce results like that at all, and he managed or was part of an entire successful campaign to conquer an entire nation which led to World Conquering activities and the administration of huge populations? All with a popular book? That is basically one of the wildest stories in all human history, a totally amazing anomaly. Plus, the only thing people said about him in the stories about him is that he started out as some kind of businessman, and then basically became a wildly successful religious poet and King, one of the greatest American success stories one could ever muster up, and nowhere in the stories does he seem to really have epilepsy, so that even if he did seem to show all the signs and was wiggling on the ground or whatever, it would be more believable to think that he might be faking it or something, than that it was real and somehow contributing to his success as well.
They mentioned a bunch of people, but I don't think any of them probably had it, not even the people who were shaking and muttering "prophecies" likely had actual epilepsy or epileptic fits, especially considering that people made a distinction between that sort and the sort that seems to do nothing for them and doesn't lead to "wise words" or anything. We see the "Voodoo types" or whatever doing their possession type stuff and going wild shaking, or the people in those Churches that go wild, none of them are likely having real epileptic fits at those times, they are just doing something else: