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Would I know if I had a neurological disorder or tumor or inner ear issues,constant lightheaded daily 5+yrs head funny my Drs tells me all anxiety ?

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Dr. William Culviner
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery

In brief: Seek advice

You won't know, necessarily.
Vertigo is a sensation of spinning or motion of the person or the environment, while dizziness is not a sense of motion but lightheadedness or feeling floaty or off kilter. There can be neurologic issues, inner ear problems , visual problems, psychologic issues, cardiovascular problems, and many other causes. See an ENT, neurologist, and possibly cardiolologist.

In brief: Seek advice

You won't know, necessarily.
Vertigo is a sensation of spinning or motion of the person or the environment, while dizziness is not a sense of motion but lightheadedness or feeling floaty or off kilter. There can be neurologic issues, inner ear problems , visual problems, psychologic issues, cardiovascular problems, and many other causes. See an ENT, neurologist, and possibly cardiolologist.
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