... This crap is driving me crazy! I thought that when I got rid of the infection the pressure would go away also. Granted it isn't as bad as it was but it is enough to not be able to ignore. ... (8 replies)
... You are right; few people realize how debilitating this is. I've had a horrible allergy year and am just realizing how much my allergy symptoms have slowed me down my whole life. Brain fog, facial pain, extreme fatigue - takes a toll after years and years.
Allergy shots helped me a lot but I quit taking them when I moved. I recently went to see an ENT who recommended... (13 replies)
... All the posts about brain fog,dizziness, lack of energy and anxiety hit home with me.I've been through the gamut with remedies over the years with this..everything but surgery.People that don't suffer from this don't realize how debillitating it is.I'm on a regimen of steam inhalation and I'm ramping up the nasal irrigation to twice daily.The only other thing I know to do is... (13 replies)
... ill not convinced all my symptoms are allergies even though I've had endless tests. I've never had such horrible feeling of sinus pressure, facial pressure, ear pressure , post nasal drip , upset stomach from post nasal drip, muscle tension, and dizziness just an all in all god awful year!! Or since March at least for me . ... (13 replies)
... ved through. I began feeling lightheaded and at times experienced actual vertigo. In addition, I woke up every day with a headache over my eye as well as facial pressure and constant congestion. The dizziness was the most unsettling feeling, though. ... (1 replies)
... Steven: Have you noticed anything that you have been around that could have triggered these reactions? It is very helpful to keep a diary when these reactions come on and note what you were doing, where you were, anything that you have been in contact with when these reactions occur. You also need to check under the section for "environmental disorders". I kept a diary and... (6 replies)
... Many things could cause u feel dizzy especially sinus pressure, and headaches. Sometimes you could be having both. You are more likely having dizzyness problem because completely of those assocated with your sinus draining (nausea). May take a test and let your doctor decide about your medication. (51 replies)
... I am currently having symptoms of crackling in my ears, dizziness, trouble focusing my eyes, and feeling pressure in my ears(not to the point of pain) and some pressure in my forehead (not always but sometimes to the point of pain).My neck is also a little sore. I have been to an ENT no sign of sinusitis, or fluid in the ears. I was prescribed flonase and took it for a week... (2 replies)
... Yeah. I honestly don't know how to describe it. It's not dizziness. I'm trying to get into see an ENT in the next couple of weeks. I just don't know if it could be my allergies. Normally, my allergies consist of itchy eyes. Haven't had that at all. Just this swimmy type feeling in my head. I've had minor ear popping off and on as well. (7 replies)
i am a musician(violinist),and i have a problem with getting a lower head pressure coming from the neck up and subsequent dizziness,it feels like if there is some problem of circulation of blood,it happens mostly when i am on stage and consequently under nervous pressure,i sometimes start to yawn as well.Is there any help for me please?thank you (0 replies)
... did you have the allergy blood testing done too....or just the skin scratch test for your allergies?:confused: (6 replies)
... Hey! Dizziness and sometimes even low blood pressure are things I get from my food allergies all the time. If I were you I would totally go off of soy for 3 weeks and then go back on it and see what happens. ... (6 replies)
... the first one happened when I was drinking a banana shake, made with soy milk. I'd get sudden feelings like I was going to pass out, like I could feel my blood pressure going way low. ... (6 replies)
... Everyday around noon or 1 i get really dizzy, lose my balance and feel like I'm spinning. I start hallucinating. I get nauseous. My head aches and the pressure is so intense it feels like it might explode. My ears ring. My vision gets all blotchy. My brain pretty much shuts off. I feel really foggy. ... (11 replies)
... rgy shots for a couple weeks now, feelin iffy at best. Right now, doctors are suggesting that i rule out lyme disease before we go on, because these unexplained dizziness and fatige could be a sign of lyme. ... (5 replies)
I am new to this site and I am hoping to find some info. that might be helpful. I have been to numerous docs and no one has given me any help so far.
Here is my story... for the past 4 months I have been experiencing constant dizziness. It is not vertigo, but an off-balance rocking type of feeling. I was referred to an ENT who sent me for a hearing test and an ENG... (8 replies)
... You're not crazy, The ear-allergy connection is well known to most ear, nose and throat doctors (ENTs). Some ear-allergy problems are common. Severe nasal allergies can cause eustachian-tube dysfunction, which in turn may cause a variety of ear symptoms, such as recurrent infection, ear pressure, decreased hearing, tinnitus (ringing in the ear) and even vertigo (dizziness).... (3 replies)
... I see...and have you ever gotten this at night? Do you or anybody have any tips or quick solutions to relieving the head pressure/woozyness when a hot shower isn't handy?
By the way, thanks for all the replies - chiggins and everyone. (17 replies)
... yes, I have had that feeling. It happens when I am really lightheaded from sinus pressure. (17 replies)
... Hey chiggins, (or anybody) do you ever get a numb-like feeling at the top of your head (like a low grade pressure sensation) that accompanies the lightheadedness? I get this at times. It can sometimes last from 2 minutes to nearly 30 minutes or more. It happens only late in the afternoons but lately (in the past 2 weeks or so) I've also noticed it at night when I'm trying to... (17 replies)