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[QUOTE=bbithead;2831092]Hi y'all - great to discover many with identical symptoms - helps me to realize that (1) I'm not crazy & (2) I might be able to make it better! Quick bio & history: 43 year old guy, married, kids, last 18.5 years at Umungous Pkg Shipping company on computers, 3 yrs before that on computers, then USMC; overall healthy, generally good diet, not that good at the excercise!

First neuro related problem 9/2004 when I spent 4 solid days (and I mean solid, with little movement) on PC at desk. 5th day (friday) started vacation. Drove a few hours to vacation site, went to sign into hotel and could not hold or control the pen, nevermind try to sign my name. Was a little scared. This continued for next 5 days, worse before better. Other symptoms were that left hand was almost as bad, both forearms felt as if they were extremely swollen, but no visual/physical change to forearms. After return from vacation, went to Dr who chkd me out and said was "Computer Related Syndrome" (which I have started to look for on web), recommended to neck stretching & don't sit at PC for any more than 20-30 minute intervals. I have not spent "solid" time on PC since and have not had re-occurence.

Roll forward to 10/2006 (5 months ago), I began getting the left scalp tingling that the majority of people in this thread describe. Also more frequent headaches, usually temporal and sore eyes. Also first time I felt like I had heart attack (very scary), have had chest pressure/discomfort on and off since, but also have a sinus infection (now clearing up since I finally went to Dr who has me on Amox). Still chest symptoms, sinus clearing up, tingles on and off always (like right now).

So, from what you're all saying, would you say the tingling is not going to completely go away, but that I can relieve it some if I lower stress and anxiety?

Thanks! [/QUOTE]


I feel the same way too. I thought I was the only one in this world who has all these funny feelings. It feels like ants craawling inside your scalp.

My symtom starts with facial numbness in 2001. I was all stressed up with works and young children in the family. My symtom has gone on and off during these few years. At the beginning, I don't quite understand how it starts and ends.

Last year I started having this slight blurr vision in the morning and dry eyes and bloated eyes too.

Went to see eye doctors they mentioned nothing wrong till I insisted on my symtons then they did a dry eye checkup for me and found I was experiencing dry eyes. My dry eyes continue on. I also have this strengthless left arms and left side chest pain sometimes since beginning of this year.
Just few months ago I start feeling the tingling effect on top of my left scalp areas. I also feel some itchness inside my left ear. Really feels like so many ants inside my ears and crawling towards my lef scalp.

Went to do a full body scan. Went on some diet and fasting.

I am taking this "extent vision" from vitamin research, I now feel better for my eyes problem.
I am taking "ultrabone" from Source Natural. It is quite good.

I am also taking EFA, a kind of fish oil. I feel better less sensation on top of my scalp.

I think it is alot to do with stress and computer work. I spend lots of hours in front of computer as well. I do experience better health if I am off the computer the whole day.

I am taking some taichi classes right now. It really help me alot for relaxing.

I think health lifestyle is the best cure of all medicine.
I have to find a way to balance our lives.

It is not easy. I know. It is worthwhile to try to keep it up....

Nice to come to the Health Board to see so many people are having similar problems. At least I now do not feel so alone.

Take care. God Bless all of us.

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