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I Get A Spinning Sensation When Lying Flat On My Back Strange
Sometimes at night as I am falling to sleep, i get a really fast spinning sensation. I cannot open my eyes to stop it and i feel paralysed ?
In the last couple days I have been getting spells where I feel dizzy, off balance, spinning sensation. I get migraines but this isn't a migraine.?
Many causes: Many things can cause dizziness. Some people will try antivert, (meclizine) an over the counter med for vertigo, increase fluid intake and if it does not resolve see your family doctor. If you have history of high blood pressure or other medical issues you should probably see your doctor soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Vertigo: Vertigo is a perception of moving, often associated with change in position or more constant but usually the latter resolves over time. If you have a constant sense of moving while you lie still in bed, it might be vertigo, but could be other things. The sudden sense of falling as you get to sleep is not vertigo, but a variation of something called myoclonus, benign. See your doctor or ent. ...Read more
When i tilt my head from side to side, or back and forth it feels like fluid moving around, get vertigo mainly when lying down, and rising back up.
Vestibular rehab: This happens when a crystal in the inner ear gets dislodged. It causes excess sensory stimulation of the vestibular nerve. Very often it responds well to vestibular rehabilitation where a specially trained physical therapist can help put it back in place. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Woke up one morning with vertigo. Ever since I've felt tired/foggy brained, like I have a cold. Now I feel a hot sensation at the top-back of my skull?
Vertigo: There are many causes of vertigo that can be related to your central nervous system, your balance system, and even migraines. Without more information regarding the timing, duration, and onset of the symptoms, it is difficult to asses your question. If your symptoms persist, I recommend you see your primary physician or an urgent care physician to ensure your symptoms are better evaluated. ...Read more
Whenever I see something moving very fast or if my eyes' movement is very fast, I get a sensation that I'll faint. Could this be a form of vertigo ??
Yes: However, you should start with your primary doctor for a thorough history and physical, as more serious, but rare conditions wouldn't want to be missed. ...Read more
Is any herbal treatment for clogged ears and also i get dizziness it comes and goes vertigo sensation?
Easy stuff: Taking herbs or any other pills for clogged ears or some other simple mechanical problem as simply addressing the mechanical problem. Your physician may recommend something as simple as glycerine plus carbamide peroxide, or any of several other good choices. Earwax impaction can make you dizzy just as you describe. Best of luck. ...Read more
Normal for vertigo? Off balance, throbbing head with no pain, stiff neck, blurry vision off and on and I get a swaying sensation When I walk.
Most of the symptoms: are "normal" for vertigo, but Vertigo itself isn't "normal'. I don't usually find "stiff neck" as a symptom unless it's your body's natural attempt to lessen the symptoms. My general rule of thumb is that it should lessen in 3 days and be gone in a week or so. Meds help ease the symptoms. If you get nausea or vomiting, are falling or have numbness, tingling or weakness anywhere, get help! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had several neg brain CT's for migraine/vertigo.Having another migraine today + sensation of eyes going back an forth rapidly. What could cause this?
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