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... I wrote this post a while back, but my be of help to you. As you can see I mention in it the relationship between anxiety and inner ear disorders. Sometimes our ear problem is resolved but are dizziness and anxiety remains. ... (2 replies)
... Hi I am new to this website, i read some of the symptoms that people with inner ear and anxiety sufferers had and the symptoms seem to sound the same. ... (5 replies)
... cold feeling, extreme lightheadedness since cutting out aspartame. Still have all other symptoms. ... (6 replies)

... Are you saying that your started with an inner ear infection? ... (8 replies)
... It doesnt need to start with an inner ear infection. It is a very common symptom of anxiety disorder. ... (8 replies)
... yes it can!! mine started dec 21st, starting with an inner ear infection,felt really weird but not dizzy,nauseated,spasms in my temples,my left arm felt numb, thoght i was having a heart attack or stroke or something,2 weeks later blew my nose and ruptured my ear drum well ever since then have felt this way off and on everyday since , had blood work done,cat scan everything... (8 replies)
... Hi lilara:wave: I am sorry to hear your not feeling so well. What you are describing sounds a lot like vertigo.. Vertigo comes in two forms, it could be a spinning sensation or a motion sensation. Subjective meaning you feel the motion or objective meaning your surroundings are spinning or moving. You can feel any sensation in the range of a swaying to the side, falling... (1 replies)
Light headed 24-7
Feb 20, 2007
... disorder you will have some sort of "true" vertigo meaning spinning at some point if your ENT has put you through all the proper test and has determined it's not inner ear then it's safe to say it's not. But a ear, nose and throat Dr. ... (10 replies)
Dizzy spells
Nov 22, 2006
... Another question that floats around here as well. And the answer is yes, inner ear disorders are the most common reasons for dizziness, In fact inner ear problems that have completely resolved but the symptoms still persist, despite the resolution of the inner ear disorder can happen. ... (4 replies)
Lightheaded
Nov 13, 2006
... Another question that floats around here as well. And the answer is yes, inner ear disorders are the most common reasons for dizziness, In fact inner ear problems that have completely resolved but the symptoms still persist, despite the resolution of the inner ear disorder can happen. ... (7 replies)
... Another question that floats around here as well. And the answer is yes, inner ear disorders are the most common reasons for dizziness, In fact inner ear problems that have completely resolved but the symptoms still persist, despite the resolution of the inner ear disorder can happen. ... (6 replies)
... Another question that floats around here as well. And the answer is yes, inner ear disorders are the most common reasons for dizziness, In fact inner ear problems that have completely resolved but the symptoms still persist, despite the resolution of the inner ear disorder can happen. ... (20 replies)
... Another question that floats around here as well. And the answer is yes, inner ear disorders are the most common reasons for dizziness, In fact inner ear problems that have completely resolved but the symptoms still persist, despite the resolution of the inner ear disorder can happen. ... (15 replies)
... Another question that floats around here as well. And the answer is yes, inner ear disorders are the most common reasons for dizziness, In fact inner ear problems that have completely resolved but the symptoms still persist, despite the resolution of the inner ear disorder can happen. ... (14 replies)
Help
Oct 4, 2006
... Another question that floats around here as well. And the answer is yes, inner ear disorders are the most common reasons for dizziness, In fact inner ear problems that have completely resolved but the symptoms still persist, despite the resolution of the inner ear disorder can happen. ... (1 replies)
... Another question that floats around here as well. And the answer is yes, inner ear disorders are the most common reasons for dizziness, In fact inner ear problems that have completely resolved but the symptoms still persist, despite the resolution of the inner ear disorder can happen. ... (34 replies)
... In this case I was told and found VERY interesting is that it appears the inner ear disorder triggered an anxiety, panic, or phobic state. ... (34 replies)
... as getting feelings of vertigo, lightheadedness, racing heart, etc. At the time I went to my general practitioner and he thought I had "labrynthitis" which is an inner ear condition, explaining the vertigo, etc. ... (6 replies)
? for Leela C
Aug 10, 2006
... They specialize in inner ear, dizziness disorders. After testing he arrived at vestibular migraine, same as MAV. I've never had a headache. ... (18 replies)
... anxiety I have now is wanting to feel better and get rid of my symptoms that have plagued my life for 3 and a half years. I was really convinced it was an inner ear problem but 4 different ENT's said it was most likely not. ... (1 replies)


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