dizziness

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For. the. Past. 6 weeks. I have. Been. Going dizzy. When i lay down. Stand up and bend, i also suffer major. Anxiety. And. Panic. Attacks and health. Anxiety' ,i am. Very worried. That it is some thing to be vrry worried. About. X

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    Sorry you are feeling so bad. Depression and anxiety is one of the things that seem to go with all that. Be sure to talk to someone and take care of yourself.
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    Thank you xx

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    Hang in there it will get better time  and patience my advice is go see a physico therapist that is who help me I do balance excercises twice a day I am retraining my brain  I have been off balance for years always to the right my brain knew no difference then this summer all things went crazy full on vertigo so doctor finally had to believe me it wasn't all in my head but still I went to physico on my own best thing ever she believed me and started dealimg with balance roght away  hope if u choose this helps youi  thinking of you all tje best
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    The vestibular rehab will help and they, physio therapist, should be able to help if it is BPPV that you have by doing an Epley manuever.  Need to find out what it is you have first.  My issues began as Vestibular Neuritis and then a secondary issue of BPPV.  I am in month 9 and still have some issues.  The daily retraining exercises really help if you in fact have a vestibular issue as well as BPPV.  If you haven't visited a doctor you could also have a fluid issue on the inner ear.
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    ​=12.0ptDizziness is very common symptom of anxiety. You may find yourself feeling woozy, almost as though you need to sit down, and in some cases even sitting or lying down doesn’t get rid of that dizzy feeling. Here are some causes mentioned for dizziness related to your anxiety. Hyperventilation can throw off your oxygen/CO2 balance, leading to dizziness. Panic attacks in general may also cause a feeling of dizziness due to the way they affect your body. In addition, anxiety can lead to vision problems. =12.0ptAdopting a natural breathing style – relaxed, slower and deeper- will correct the CO2 levels, which will eliminate ventilation caused dizziness. If your dizziness is caused by fatigue, increasing your rest and giving your body time to build up its energy, might help.
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