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Dogs Head Shaking
See ENT: Sounds like an issue with your vestibular system (the set of three, fluid-filled canals in each inner ear that help determine the head's 3d position. An ear-nose-throat dr (or otorhinolaryngologist) is best qualified to assess and treat, but primary care may be able to help also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See ans: I not sure I understand what you are asking but there is a postictel after a seizure. So at that time there are many symptoms and one may be the feeling of heaviness or cludinress. Now if the heaviness s everyday then this may be from the medications. Best to discuss with your doctor with a good history ...Read more
I'm currently feeling dizziness, body swaying, head moving on its own, hands shaking, increased heartbeat. What is wrong?
Any of ....: ..... A large number of viral or bacterial illnesses. If it continues, get checked out by a doctor. ...Read more
Ear & jaw pain, lazy feeling right side of face. Sore/tight shoulders & neck. Tingling in feet. small head "jerks" when relaxing. Also suffer anxiety.
Multiple issues: Jaw and ear pain, and sore shoulder and neck might be due to TMJ dysfunction. This is often the result of bruxism (chronic teeth grinding and/or clenching), which is often caused by stress. See your dentist for a diagnosis and treatment. See your medical doctor for the feet tingling, especially if it is recurring or lasts longer than 7-10 days. ...Read more
Chill like full body jerks after head injury and staring spells are they seizures. They all started after head injury
Bouts of crying, agitation, & irritable. My jaw is always clenched. Body feels off after eating anything. Insomnia. Mild headache & head feels clutter?
Sudden tremors l+r hands/arms after nausea, dizzy, distorted vision (fish bowl). Brain MRI clean. Mild c3-c5 stenosis, bone spurs. Cause of tremors?
I HAVE UNPLEASANT MORNINGS DUE TO WAKING UP AND FEELING MY BED SHAKING, ROOM SHAKING, OR BODY SHAKING. ?
Anxiety reaction: This sounds like anxiety and/or panic attacks and should be discussed with your physician who may refer you for stress management therapy. Mild tranquilizers maybe prescribed. In the meantime avoid alcohol,caffeine and nicotine. If true shakiness persists throughout the day, your thyroid status,blood sugar and vital signs will also be checked ...Read more
9mos concussion, pcs. Hit head again 2mos ago. Evaluated neur/psych, ct/mri normal. Invasive desire to hit head. Dizzy when the feeling comes. Wtf?
Postconcussive: A postconcussive syndrome can bring about any other psychiatric syndrome including an impulse control disorder nos. Seen from this perspective, medicinally one might expect benefit from Hydroxyzine dosed as tolerated between 10 mg daily up to 25 mg PO qid. If you also have posttraumatic stress disorder symptomatology, there is always the possibility of a self-directed anger coming back at you in the form of a repetition compulsion.Either way, psychotherapy along with medication would certainly be the way to go.Low-dose antipsychotic interventions are sometimes also helpful in such conditions but i would certainly give Hydroxyzine a trial run first if you were among my patient population. Best wishes to you. ...Read more