... I have every symptom but the lack of sleep or ability to (no deprivation of sleep), no shortness of breath or palpitations.
Diagnosed with eustachian tube malfunction as a child, but never mentioned later. Also diagnosed as an educated guess, but no actual test revealing of labryntitis (inflamation of the labrynth/inner ear), and no sugeestion as to why repeat episodes.
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... Hi Looking4,
Triggers can be: Barometric Pressure, certain foods( chocolate, citrus, bananas,pizza, onions, nuts,aged cheese ie, cheddar, pepperoni, sausage, white vinegar (I think this is the correct vinegar, it would be the one in salad dressings, mayo, ketcup, mustard), caffeine, aspartame,peanut butter, irregular sleep, stress, harmones, certain alcohol, being overly... (8 replies)
... e months now both my husband and I have had many symptoms like yours but his is worse than mine as he has neck issues as well. I too feel like I am in a fog with dizziness most of the time. I have living on Serc three times a day along with Gravol and Ibuprofen. It gets me thru the day. My husband takes all this as well. ... (30 replies)
... flites in 17 years! He has gone for an MRI, has seen a neurologist and is seeing an ENT specialist. He has found that on days when the barometric pressure is falling his condition worsens exponentially. ... (1 replies)
... ame problems, has been to see a neurologist and had an MRI. Cindy, I see u live in Colorado, as silly as this may seem, on the days you are affected, check your barometric pressure. We live in canada in a highly volatile weather area and the pressure is radical. ... (20 replies)
... or immediately after an episode of vertigo. Same with aural fullness, which is a pressure or full feeling in your ear. ... (3 replies)
... It sounds to me like you are a prime candidate for migraine associated vertigo or MAV. Many migraineurs have attacks when barometric pressure changes. You can have but never have a headache. Note that dizziness is the second most common symptoms of migraine following headache. ... (4 replies)
... I had my first 'bout' with dizziness about 7 weeks ago. ... (1 replies)
... Did you just start experiencing migraines recently, within the past few years, or have you struggled with them all of your life? If they are something fairly new, I would bet $ that you are dealing with MAINLY hormonally induced migraines, or pre/peri-menopausal migraines (like myself).
The good news is, that once you reach menopause and your hormones settle down, the... (52 replies)
... related dizziness is the same as for any form of migraine. ... (4 replies)
I have been dealing with MAV symptoms for a VERY long time. Talk about being a veteran! I lurk on here, but rarely post anymore.
Unfortunately, many symptoms of vertigo, imbalance, etc., mimic so many other conditions, that sometimes it is difficult to pin down a diagnosis. A sufferer (like yourself or myself) may be given numerous diagnoses for just this reason.... (10 replies)
... And migraine symptoms can be triggered by many things, including trauma, hormone levels, foods and barometric pressure changes. ... (7 replies)
... ---Some thoughts---that may help in understanding---the depth and breadth of this junk---and why you may feel the way you do---and wonder how and why---a simple inner ear problem---can cause all of this stuff
---In some very primitive species lacking both a cerebrum and a cerebellum, the inner ear is the brain, performing many of the same functions performed by the... (13 replies)
... I have been doing lots of research since my dizziness started. ... (23 replies)
... barometric pressure changes. ... (12 replies)
... the spinning or dizziness of a true attack of vertigo. ... (10 replies)
... t it was tolerable but made me worry that it didnt work....But it was also raining, and rainy days always did bother me...My new ENT said the same, that when the barometric pressure rises because of rain or humidity, it builds pressure in the ear... ... (16 replies)
... so could it be related to the barometric pressure or am i jsut trying to find an excuse. my ENT doc told me no to the weather suggestion. ... (3 replies)
... been looking into this for a long time, and very thoroughly, too. I'm just wondering if there's a connection, becuase many people on the TMJ boards dealing with dizziness think it's somehow related to their neck. ... (35 replies)
... Since we can't control the weather, the only thing to do here is hope that eventually the brain understands thatkind of stimuli and manage to deal with it, dizziness free. ... (22 replies)