... I posted a thread a while back about these weird "fast forward" sensations I get. I thought I was just crazy or I was the only person on earth who experienced these. Its been a while since I've had one but I am so scared of them coming back and what is even scarier is I don't know whats caused them. I've been to the ER a few times and the ER doctors say they can't help me if I... (0 replies)
... s old and have been suffering from some kind of chronic neurological condition for the past 1.75 years. There is some possibility that it is lyme disease in the brain or an unusual autoimmune disease like autoimmune encephalitis, which I am currently getting assessed for. ... (1 replies)
... g in head after strenuous exercise. Feeling like I can't pop my ears. Since then I haven't slept passed 6 am. I find it hard to concentrate at work and been in a brain fog since then. ... (0 replies)
... I had all of those feelings (not depression) and ALL of it cleared up when I took vitamin d at high doses. They put me on intense doses for a few months and now I maintain with 5,000. If I drop under I know, and symptoms return. I had to argue with a nurse once as she didn't believe I could feel my numbers had slipped under again. They did a blood test and they had in fact... (4 replies)
... The public, nor our doctors are aware of this rare disease. It effects the proteins that we all have in our brain and cells. There are different forms of it. some people know it better as "mad cows disease" but MCD runs only in animals. ... (4 replies)
... just an overall sense of not feeling well. I've had a colonoscopy and endoscopy and blood work and all looks well with that. Does this sound like something of a brain tumor? ... (0 replies)
... Hi Brent,
Can you remember back to when these symptoms first started, and what was going on in your life? Did you move, change jobs, anything real physically demanding that was not a normal every day thing? Or go through a lot of stress?
I am asking because your symptoms may be coming from something that is very treatable and easy to treat, as I went through this years... (4 replies)
... ly had my feet go numb and I fell down some stairs to get me to a doctor. Once there, they started asking me about depression, anxiety, that detached feeling and brain fog. Allot of things started clicking when answering their questions. One of which was a big one...heat sensitivity. I noticed that I felt worse in the heat... ... (4 replies)
... iry, gluten ,soy, or added sugar. Also i started doing coffe enemas, and lots of gargling which helps active the vagus nerve. Very important if you have a gut to brain issue. ... (4 replies)
... ENT, Allergist. I have had a blood test, MRI, several other brain tests, inner ear tests, allergy test and every one comes out completely negative for anything harmful. ... (0 replies)
... What examination shows brain closed arteries and what examination for other neurology problems? ... (0 replies)
... I encountered this situation while eating during my lunch break, while chewing my food I noticed that my brain shut down for one second that I almost fall my chair but regain consciousness the soonest possible. ... (0 replies)
... just curios do you wear glasses (12 replies)
... Did you ever receive any help? (12 replies)
... a state of mind that decelerates speed of thinking. some say grey cells not enough, not enough blood pumping to brain. Or could it be brain fogging. There are others with similar experiences. Have you got out of this situation totally. ... (0 replies)
... It also showed left brain swelling . ... (6 replies)
... Finally had the brain MRI this morning. I know I should just wait for the results tomorrow but I thought I would ask the community one query. ... (2 replies)
... I meant to ask you, with the Kharrazian protocol, did you do supplements, dietary changes, extensive lab work, as well as manipulation/brain exercises? The doctor who is closest to me in CA who does this does all the above and has great reviews. Just curious. (12 replies)
... I also agree that it's highly possible there is a relation to the vagus nerve. This could be related to compression of the vagus nerve, inflammation or parasites and or candida or all of the above.
One thing I am trying now is oxygen and ozone therapies.
Thanks (12 replies)
... Most of my pain is around my brain stem at the base of the head, eyes, sinuses, jaw and these cause me most of my anxiety related issues but the pain is in most muscles and nerves. ... (12 replies)