... While playing videogames my brain has, what it seems to be, rewired to the game itself. The game I play is a fast paced FPS that requires my brain to think fast. Due to this I just zone out when I try to read words and solve math problems I forget stupid details. ... (0 replies)
... What does a spot on the brain mean. ... (1 replies)
... Hello all,
Ever since early years in school I've had these brain fog/cognitive impairments. Would come & go at times but now happens everyday at random times.
My "brain fog" symptoms:
- Occurs once every day has occured twice in one day on a few occaisions.
- Short lasting (20-30 seconds), sudden onset of "cognitive impairment"... as though my IQ drops from normal... (0 replies)
... I would like to how to deal with a popping in my brain. I am not sure if it is a nervous system or veins in the brain. I had it started for a long time since 1995 and I did an MRI quess what, they could not find the source that cause my head to pop. Please tell me what to do? By the way it pops for 24 hours a day. (0 replies)
... It depends a "spot" can be anything ask your doctor details about it was it lesion or what (1 replies)
... Here are my symptoms:
-Balance/gait issues (cerebellar ataxia?)
- full body ‘vibrations’ when lying down
-waves of dizziness
-slight motor problems
-internal/resting tremor (7 replies)
... I'm a 19 year old Male, and for the past 2 years i've been experiencing these 'symptoms' and it has really started to concern me a little as i believe it is affecting my daily life and making my academical, professional and social life difficult.
The symptoms usually comes and goes so i am convinced and hope that they are temporary, furthermore it also gives me a further... (6 replies)
... One the inflammation in your inner ear is present, the brain gets mixed signals from your ears, eyes, and muscles used for balance, which causes the vertigo. ... (6 replies)
... That actually makes a lot of sense. Since october 2013 till around may 2014 I've been plagued with middle ear infections and swimmers ear from working in a place where I had to wear helmets and headphones in a very dirty environment.
But would the issues drag along for months like that if left untreated? Or become gradually worse with time? Because I went from being... (6 replies)
... Thought I might add that Lab can also cause severe anxiety and panic attacks, too. The brain is perceiving the world differently and as something is wrong, it strikes up the "fight or flight" response. That may have caused your blood pressure spike, too. ... (6 replies)
... se the nausea. That's all they did for me. You have to be careful about taking meds to calm the dizziness, though, because if it is Lab you'll need to allow your brain to work through the dizziness with VRT to compensate for the damage the virus has done to your inner ear. ... (6 replies)
... Thoughts keep racing in my head that I have a brain tumor and how that would wreck my life even if its a benign one. ... (6 replies)
... I feel like my brain is shutting down and I can't process thoughts. Sometimes my brain feels swollen and, of course, I am extremely depressed. I feel like an emotionless Zombie. All I can do most days is lie in bed and sob constantly. ... (1 replies)
... with a clear change in MRI without any changes in the brain lesions, still have not been told what the main condition actually is or could possibly be. ... (2 replies)
... My problem area is right side of body. This was the first time I seen my brain after many MRIs . ... (0 replies)
... I have a sound in my brain when I try to read. It's a snapping sound, and it also makes jerking of my face and trunk of my body. This will go on for hours. ... (0 replies)
... I am 17 years old guy, i have a strange problem that i have something abnormal thing going in my brain. I many times feel there's something crawling in my brain. Well i have epilepsy as well as ocd and so doubt it may result of these both. I have a painful head ache, its not external but internal, seems like veins moving. This all make me uncomfortable and difficult for me to... (2 replies)
... I know brain aneurysms are typically asymptomatic but I have always been prone to headaches, sometimes really bad ones. ... (0 replies)
... s it has been 3 weeks of the pain not getting better or worse I'm almost positive I'll still have it by then. On a side note, in the past my headaches were in my brain and would be a constant pain for a few hours, and would only come ones a month or so. ... (1 replies)
... Oh my god. I feel like I have stumbled across an epidemic that no one else knows about. I keep finding people that have very similar overlapping sets of symptoms -similar to my own. It seems like everyone thinks it's something different, or focuses on one symptom over another, and maybe they are all caused by different things, but there are some weird coincidences.
For... (3 replies)