Head pressure, Brain fog, odd head sensation, feeling detached

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Hi all, 

I decided to become a member and make a post here after reading the forums for quite a while, great site by the way. 

I am currently suffering with various symptoms and am in a bad way and just don't know where to turn any more so thought I would post here and see if anyone has any similar experiences or advice. 

So first of I am male and 26 years old. I have been suffering with the symptoms in the title pretty consistently for about 2 and a half years now. I used to have some relief from the symptoms for a day or 2 here and there or maybe a bit of relief for a few hours in the day but recently the symptoms are pretty much constant and I cannot shake them. 

I have an overall mild pressure feeling in the head, its not painful but is just very aggravating and feels really strange. I also have extreme brain fog with this and like a fuzzy head, there is a constant cloud over my brain and I never have any mental clarity or a clear head. My cognitive function is extremely poor now, my short term memory is non existent, its scarily bad. I often feel, detached from reality when the symptoms are bad and suffer from de-realisation, although I think this may be down to some anxiety and depression I experience when the symptoms run me down. I also get random sharp cramping pains in the head, they are quite painful but do not bother me so much as they only usually last a second or 2, it varies on how many I get of these each day but its usually less than 5. It often feels as though my brain is malfunctioning somehow and my cognitive function and senses are all out of whack, its hard to explain. There can sometimes be a build up of these symptoms throughout the day and by the night I can feel like I somehow how the flu without a fever? Like I have the head pressure, completely foggy headed, I feel super unwell, weak, sometimes even start feeling cold. Also have night sweats usually for about 4 or 5 days each month, there doesnt seem to be any sort of pattern to them that I can notice, so not sure if they are relevant. Another thing I have is ringing in ears which is mild but seems to have gotten worse recently if that sounds relevant at all. The main thing that gets me is the odd head pressure/sensation and the utterly life hindering brain fog, my brain feels like it is coated in a dark blanket constantly.

I do suffer from anxiety, I know many of these symptoms can be caused or made worse by these symptoms. I dont doubt that anxiety is a contributing factor and the way I think about they symptoms probably makes them worse but I have come a long long way with my anxiety, I have good control over it, I haven't had a panic attack in a couple of years, I manage to control most of my concious anxiety and stay in a positive mindset. No doubt I still have some subconscious anxiety underlying and I am working on that but I am not convinced this is the route cause of my symptoms. I am in therapy for my anxiety. I do not feel I will ever fully recover while I have these symptoms hanging over me though. 

I have been to the doctor about these symptoms, although I do think I struggle to explain them or put them across very well in the doctors office. I have have blood tests which are all normal. I saw a neurologist couple of years back when this started, had a CT scan which was normal, they put the stabbing pains down to icepick headaches and thought the other symptoms were probably made worse by my anx/depression. Since then I went away and have been on anti depressants etc with no improvement of symptoms. I have also had a few ECGs and a 24hr ECG as I have slow heart rate and low bp so thought maybe the symptoms could be down to low bp and lack of blood to the brain, doctors do not think think this is the case and all my results came back normal. I have recently been back to the neurologist who is referring me for an MRI although he said he is sure there is nothing sinister and thinks the symptoms are probably tension type headaches and made worse by and previous drug use, he only put it down to the drug use when i told him about it though so it seemed like a convenient diagnosis. I forgot to mention I used to take drugs on the weekends socially, cocaine, ketamine and ecstasy on different occasions for a couple of years, I have had periods where I have felt ok since taking these drugs and do not really think they are the cause, I was not an addict this was just one or 2 nights a month at the weekends. So I have an MRI coming up but the neuro thinks it will be clear and obviously I hope it is and I am looking for other answers. 

What could be causing these symptoms? Other than anxiety which i no can be a factor, but I have periods where my anxiety is pretty much non existent but these symptoms still build up out of nowhere and persist. I was thinking maybe some sort of allergy could be a possibility, I have tried cutting out gluten and lactose, this didn't seem to make much difference although I didn't stick to this for very long. I actually did a juice fast for 2 weeks with eating nothing other than fruit and veg juice put through a juicer to see if that would help but it didn't really give me any relief. Are there any other stomach issues that could cause this? I never have diarrhoea or constipation, my stools always float recently though, to the point of not being able to flush them, also whenever I have seen chance medicine doctors they check me out and say they think i have issues with digestion, i don't feel i have these issues but do wonder if there might be something in it. 

Could there be something going on with the blood vessels in my head? Could it be a spine/posture issue? Some sort of epilepsy or electrical activity in my brain? I just have no idea now and am desperate for some relief. If anyone has any ideas or advice I would really appreciate it. 

Oh just to add I am reasonably fit, I try go to the gym a few times a week and I do some weight lifting. I am a normal weight. I have been losing some weight recently which is a concern but I am still in a normal weight range for height and age. 

Thanks for reading

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    Hi everyone,

    Our resident GP has had a look at this thread and written an article about the things that can cause the brain fog and head pressure that Recoverandheal has described.

    Read it here: https://patient.info/health/headache-leaflet/features/what-causes-head-pressure-and-brain-fog

     

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      My name is jonathan and i am 34yrs old from west afrcan, I have being having waves of squeezing presure in the brain, upper part of the brain, for 3 weeks now and I have being to 3 hospitals and have being placed on drugs like voltarin retard100mg nuriobium to say the least, but it's not getting better, have asked to do a CT scan, and I did, every thing came out fine, but said I have synopsis, was giving meds for that and still noting has changed

      Aside the upper head squeezing presure that comes in waves of 2sec per period, the left side of my head is tight too, the pain slides down to the back of the ear, jaw line and down to the neck.. all on the left side...which started a few days back..

      I am new here and read a similar case, 

      I was hoping to share, if anyone shares this kind of health issues and what they did to make it better... thank you

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      Hi Jonathan, wow ,just read what you wrote and I never thought I'd find someone experiencing what I go through.

      I get the head tightness , the squeezing, throat swelling and the headaches.   Those symptoms that I experience will generally be caused by my sensitivity to scents, fumes, and high humidity with high heat index.

      Today, I have experienced the symptoms because where I live is is a heat wave going on. The heat index is now 100, but earlier I went out on my porch and the heat index was 95 degrees with humidity level at 78 % and luckily I made it back inside cause I suddenly experienced those symptoms with tingling, chills, etc., Then to make me more anxious I started to wonder if the humidity level was rising in my home with the air running, so for awhile there I still did not feel well.  

      This all started about 6yrs ago, a year an a half after my brain surgery. I noticed certain foods will trigger symptoms.  And due to having non allergic vasomotor rhinitis it contributes to those symptoms. Foods that contain tannins I stay away, however I love nuts and try to stick to dry roasted nuts, because roasting helps remove the tannins and with the food elimination I can do more things without being restricted as much.  

      I am still working on finding things such as food to avoid or  foods that help and anything else that will alleviate or cure it. I do remember one time last summer surprisingly being outside in 112 degree and doing fine.  I had thought it was the elimination of gluten but now not so much.

      Have you had any luck in alleviating your symptoms?  Hope you are feeling better!

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      Hi, I had all of these symptoms in 2016. I had test after test. I even had a ct scan and everything came back normal. I went to 6 different doctors and nothing was found. Finally after going to my 7th doctor I found my problem. It was Hypothyroidism. You need to go to a endocrinologist to have your thyroid checked because regular doctors only check your TSH. You also need your T3, T4, reverse T3,free T3and Free T4 checked. 
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      Unfortunately I’m almost 100% positive it’s related to mdma use. I have also been suffering from these same exact issues for some years now. I never attributed it to the mdma before but I went to edc in May. My friends and I all took mdma it worked well for them but didn’t work at all for me. I’ve used it at least 20 times in the past but it hasn’t worked for the few last times. I had tried it two weeks prior to edc but before that it had been years. Anyway since it didn’t work and I was tired and didn’t want to be a Debby downer while my friends were trying to have fun I took a quarter of an adderall. I have been going through the most miserable time of my life since. Extreme panic attacks and depression, pressure in the head, inability to concentrate on anything, I feel as though the voice inside my head when thinking to myself is so much quieter, I never get a good nights rest (nightmares of not being able to think) my vision has changed dramatically, everything looks fuzzy and grey and staticky, I can’t connect with anyone, I’ve seriously contemplated suicide as I’m afraid I will never feel human again. I’ve tried lexapro which made everything even worse for me, I’ve tried wellibutron, 5htp, so many different supplements and no relief. The anxiety is a little more manageable now most likely because I’m getting used to the new me. I feel disconnected from the world and reality. I don’t even recognize myself anymore. Let me know if you do ever find help please. I’m on the verge of quitting my job and moving in with my family because of the constant anxiety and no longer being able to concentrate on work. I feel so hopeless. I tried to go to a doctor and explain what was going on and was honest about the drug use. It landed me in a behavioral health hospital for 5 days which being stuck there, forced to take meds and forced to cut my cigarettes smoking down to 4 a day only exacerbated everything. Any help or advice would be great.

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      Hi haley59459

      We note from a recent post which you have made to our forum that you may be experiencing thoughts around self-harm. If we have misinterpreted your comments then we apologise for contacting you directly. But if you are having such thoughts then please note that you are not alone in this, and there are people out there that can help.

      If you are having these suicidal thoughts then we strongly recommend you speak to someone who may be able to help. The Samaritans offer a safe space where you can talk openly about what you are going through. They can help you explore your options, understand your problems better, or just be there to listen.

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      Hi Rob. My hormon level got messed up and we found out Im dealing with the same issue than you...

      Hypothyroidism.....  

      But I dont know how to cure this situation.... I live stress full life...Im planing to relocate to a calmer area also...

      What should I do ?

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      Hi

      I've had a squeezing sensation in my head for about a year now.

      it comes in waves loke I've been whacked around the head and it fuzzies for a few seconds then goes.

      I can have these anytime. driving, in bed, sat still.. so it's nothing I'm doing or looking at.

      I had an MRI thinking it was ear and balance related. Nothing.

      I don't get any other symptoms but can have this numerous times a day.

      Do you think it could be the same thing?

      I've never taken any drugs but have had chemo 3 years ago.

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      Hi Haley,

      I realize this post is from 11 months ago, so I'm not sure whether you're still active on this forum. If you are, I would like to know how you are now and if you found any relief of your symptoms. I too am experiencing the exact same symptoms as you described. Pressure in the head, inability to think or concentrate, the voice of my thoughts doesn't come through the fog in my head so I don't even know what I'm thinking. My cognitive function and short term memory have become so bad, I feel demented. I too don't recognize myself anymore and have fuzzy vision. For me it started with extreme panic attacks and anxiety about 10 months ago, which over time lead to major depression and eventually to the symptoms I'm having now (for about 5 months or so). I've had blood tests and an MRI of my head done, all of which came out normal. I am currently majorly depressed and, like you, I too feel that my anxiety is a lot less severe due to the fact that I have gotten used to the symptoms, but unfortunately that doesn't alleviate my symptoms one bit. My doctor, neurologist and therapist all tell me that these symptoms are a result of stress, depression and/or anxiety, but I'm just not convinced they are. Next week I'll be admitted to a mental health clinic for depression and anxiety and I really hope that this will help.

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      Hi! Not sure if you are still active on here but I have been having these same exact symptoms. I had been miserable for a long time. Depersonalization is what it's called, and mine also comes with fuzzy vision and diminished "inner voice". I hope by now you have realized you can definitely feel human again, but if not Ill tell you this, I had ended up googling these symptoms and convincing myself i needed to buy every brain focus vitamin on the market, so i went to the health food market and ended up getting a job there. Working there, I changed my diet and supplement routine and I felt myself getting better for sure. I mean REALLY changed my lifestyle. I felt pretty good for a while, still needed work but I was getting to the point where aside from my visual snow, which was clearly a teeny bit by teeny bit, i essentially felt pretty normal. Fast forward, i kinda fell of my routine and now have to start all over. Since reverting back to my old eating habits, i have fallen back into feeling how i did first starting out, which really sucks. One thing though it made me realize i had come a lot further than i thought. Just message me if you'd like a more in detail breakdown of what i changed around. i know you can feel normal again

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      My earlier reply

      "Hi! Not sure if you are still active on here but I have been having these same exact symptoms. I had been miserable for a long time. Depersonalization is what it's called, and mine also comes with fuzzy vision and diminished "inner voice". I hope by now you have realized you can definitely feel human again, but if not Ill tell you this, I had ended up googling these symptoms and convincing myself i needed to buy every brain focus vitamin on the market, so i went to the health food market and ended up getting a job there. Working there, I changed my diet and supplement routine and I felt myself getting better for sure. I mean REALLY changed my lifestyle. I felt pretty good for a while, still needed work but I was getting to the point where aside from my visual snow, which was clearly a teeny bit by teeny bit, i essentially felt pretty normal. Fast forward, i kinda fell of my routine and now have to start all over. Since reverting back to my old eating habits, i have fallen back into feeling how i did first starting out, which really sucks. One thing though it made me realize i had come a lot further than i thought. Just message me if you'd like a more in detail breakdown of what i changed around."

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      hello, I am going through this and it's been on and off for 2 years with various other symptoms also. I would like to know what you tried and what worked please. maybe it will help me

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      My partner is having all these symptoms, I have said for a while I think he has did or something, but no one is listening, he is now on the NHS waiting this for psychotherapy but they have already cancelled and rebooked his appointment 1 month later. Please can you help me understand what has helped you. Maybe I can help him feel free from his procrastinating and help him to see a brighter future before he does something he can't come back from. ❤️

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      for me they found bulging discs at c3/4 and c5/6 treating the bulging discs with cervical traction and physical therapy has solved all of my brain issues. the doctors never said that the bulging discs caused my symptoms, they actually said it wasnt possible that the injury was causing my brain fog. All I know is one week after I started traction my brain fog and head sensation was getting better. A year later it still flares up every now and then but I just go back to the traction and keep it at bay. The other mystery is that no one could tell me how i developed the bulging discs in my neck, no accident or injury ever, they just showed up.

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      for me they found bulging discs at c3/4 and c5/6 treating the bulging discs with cervical traction and physical therapy has solved all of my brain issues. the doctors never said that the bulging discs caused my symptoms, they actually said it wasnt possible that the injury was causing my brain fog. All I know is one week after I started traction my brain fog and head sensation was getting better. A year later it still flares up every now and then but I just go back to the traction and keep it at bay. The other mystery is that no one could tell me how i developed the bulging discs in my neck, no accident or injury ever, they just showed up.

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      I was going through the same thing until I asked for an MRI of my neck. For me they found bulging discs at c3/4 and c5/6 treating the bulging discs with cervical traction and physical therapy has solved all of my brain issues. the doctors never said that the bulging discs caused my symptoms, they actually said it wasnt possible that the injury was causing my brain fog. All I know is one week after I started traction my brain fog and head sensation was getting better. A year later it still flares up every now and then but I just go back to the traction and keep it at bay. The other mystery is that no one could tell me how i developed the bulging discs in my neck, no accident or injury ever, they just showed up.

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      what do you mean "just go back to the traction" i feel like i have a bulging disc(s) are there any exercises you can share that may help me? And do you have pain that travels down your neck to the back of your shoulders?

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      I use a Cervical Traction pillow I got from Amazon. There are other options but the pillow works best for me. The pain does goes down my neck into my shoulders. sometimes in my upper back as well. Typical symptoms for Cervical neck issues also includes issues travelling down your arms into your fingers. I dont get that pain much but it does get bad in my shoulders. I also get dizzy/vertigo symptoms as well.I can also get some pretty severe headaches, but again the traction is my saving grace! i was actually in a really good place with hardly any issues on a day to day but i was involved in a minor car accident and i was rear ended so i am right back to square one for now. images year over year showed signifigant improvement on my 3/4 but the accident herniated by 5/6 😦. it was nice to see the images year over year though. i figure i fixed it once ill do it again. im back at my traction and so far so good. each day seems to get better. also, thermacare makes adhesive heat wrap patches that i wear while i sleep. they are made for your neck and i swear they are magic! I wish you the best and hopefully this helps!

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      Hello!

      I'm really sorry for the LONG POST. but I just need to spill it out to people who understand, because others (including doctors) thinking I'm crazy (and please don't mind the possible grammar mistakes, since I'm Russian living in States.)

      I'm 30.

      My story is EXACTLY THE SAME AS YOURS, MIRROR REFLECTION!!!

      (before you read everything: last 2 years of my life was horrible. I lost 2 businesses, lost all savings, lost apartment, lost my car and at the end almost lost my 5 years of relations, or maybe still in the process of loosing idk)

      FUNNY FACT (not actually funny): I had a serious 3 hour conversation with my GF the day I tried adderall, we kind of break up, and 10 years ago my first panic attack started the day I broke up with my GF).

      STORY:

      First time tried MOLLY (August 2019), 2 weeks after again (everything was great) and then week after half of ADDERALL - THAT WAS IT, .

      • 30 minutes after adderall I got a chest pain, pulsation in my mid back, and then SEVERE PANIC ATTACK, it was short though.
      • 2nd day good great mood, mild headache.
      • 3rd day I was laying flat with severe headache.
      • 4th day my scalp was burning.
      • 5th day after work I went straight to hospital, because of burning sensation and anxiety, in the hospital I was shaking a bit, mild panic attack got me. CT Scan done, EKG done, checked blood for something - all good. I told doc though about drugs (but he didn't even know what MOLLY is).
      • 2 more times I went to hospital after that with SEVERE headache, they injected me and gave some pills but there was not much of relief.
      • during firs 3 weeks SEVERE Fog, 3 straight days of SEVERE CONFUSION felt like I wasn't here, very slow thinking (I thought I'm done!), 1 epsiode of strong SEIZURES, 4 times SEVERE Panic Attacks, numbness/tingling sensations in hands and legs, 2 SEVERE Light Sensitivity episodes, face pain, teeth ache, basically every spot of the head was in pain.
      • after 3 weeks or so started to notice ringing in the ears, then my eyes started to fell dry and tensed, like the surface of an eyeball was dry and not clear, I used some eye drops to help it. It also felt like the blood vessels in my eyes are popped out so much that I could feel them when was moving my eyes. Multiple times was waking up with the symptoms of FLU: sore throat, congested nose, but after an hour or so symptoms were gone. Also I noticed my face got a bit swollen after I lay down for a bit. Waking up in the mornings was so miserable. Headaches every other day... I missed the work, couldn't handle my business, didn't care about anything else.

        So, it has been almost **3 months since. As of now:

        - There is this SPASM feeling around my head (mostly forehead and sides).

        - Bad concentration (I work on a Wall Street, every day numbers and analytics. Sometimes I just want to get out of here, feels unreal to handle these tasks.

        - Low ambitions.

        - Reading is bad kind of. I can only concentrate on reading fully when I do it out loud.

        - Eye strain like feeling, something is off, hard to describe, still using eye drops.

        - Tinnitus (steady in both ears, sometimes in the evening and in the morning there is an additional ringing in my left ear). But in the morning tinnitus is on it's peak.

        - Neurologist, ENT, MRI neck/head, EKG - all normal.

        (M A Y B E I missed something, but overall you got an idea)


      WHAT HELPED ME SO FAR:

      • VALERIAN: over the counter sedative, helped me to fight panic attacks, migraines and insomnia during 1st 3-4 weeks.
      • Boxing, Running, Weight Lifting (when the panic attack/anxiety was at it worst I went to gym, located in my development, and just punched the bag till I couldn't. And believe me, the power and anger I had that moment was insane, more than normal. No Gym - run around the block. Immediate relief after (at least for me). But I do know from my past and from the doctors that it helps.

      FURTHER STEPS:

      • Root canal I have a very bad tooth (every day pain, idk if it is connected to the symptoms or TMJ). will be done in a couple of months. It cracked not so long before everything started. Also my wisdom teeth are all hidden and laying righjt on the nerves, don't know yet what will be done.
      • TMJ: I have TMJ since 17 (just found out that it called TMJ). So my jaw is clicking when I open my mouth wide. It actually never bothered me before, very rarely jaw-clock when yawning. So, in 3 weeks I'm going to surgeon, just consultation. Will keep you updated.
      • VITAMINS: Just started B12, OMEGA 3, WORMWOOD (consuming for couple of weeks already, the one thing I noticed for sure - big increase of libido), MAGNESIUM. Will keep you posted.
      • Serotonin test.
      • Vitamins test.
      • Accupuncture: will start soon. Why acupuncture: it relaxes nerves and muscles. One more reason why I want to do it, because I found a thread (will probably post later, don't remember exactly where I found it), so the guy said he had all our problems but after he did an acupuncture on some specific nerve, that somehow connects our Gallbladder and Head, the symptoms went away. We'll see.

      CONCLUSION for now:

      As of now I've returned to my day to day activities. I tried to analyze my situation. I had very bad couple of years, lost everything, depression, lack of ambitions and drive, this is what pushed me to use drugs, honestly. I never tried any drugs in my life until now. (only weed long ago: see last topic). So, molly (MDMA) and adderrall are forcing your body to release more serotonin into your blood, thus you feel euphoria like sensations. I'll check the levels of serotonin in my body, but I think that was not even an adderall that caused all that. The adderall caused big anxiety/panic attack and then anxiety/panic attack caused the rest. When the person experience an anxiety, muscle tension begins. Other thing, that on and after molly you want to clench your teeth so bad (I was chewing gum during and couple days after) - that what puts tension on jaw and head muscles - reason for TMJ maybe. Another thing from Molly and Adderall is dehydration - was going to bathroom 4-6 times per hour, also was replenishing the loss (drinking water). One more thing, couple weeks, prior to apocalypse, I started smoking this JUUL and another vape during the day (all day), plus couple regular cigarettes a day and also I use chewing tobacco from time to time. According to all of the above, it is hard to say what exactly was the last drop. But still, most likely the MUSCLES that contacts the blood vessels around the head, eyes. Need to find the way to relax them.




      MY PAST PANIC ATTACKS (idk maybe it is all connected):

      - In my teens all my friends were smoking weed. I tried many times, and only 2-3 times out of many It felt good. The rest were mild panic attacks, strange sensations on my face, legs were shaking, vomiting etc... And then (idk if it was connected) I tried some synthetic weed and 3 days later I was in hospital. Till my 20s my BP was 90/60 , after what happened it was 140/80 for couple years and now 120/80. Panic attacks - panic attacks - panic attacks. I've seen every doctor, even went to psychic, some old grannys with super powers etc... Told me it was a bad eye.

      At the same time, prior kinda, I lost 2 a friend and my cousin, and broke up with my GF after 4 years together.

      After couple of years of suffering everything went away, I refused to take medications (anti depressants). Somehow it all got away.


      Thank you all for this thread, thank you for reading and let's FIGHT IT TOGETHER, because, you know, people who never experienced this - won't get it.

      LET'S DIG, let's try not to understand the symptoms, but WHAT ACTUALLY LED TO THEM, the events that happened prior!!!


      Good Luck!!!

      Regards,

      Alex.

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      hi could you tell me what changes you made please? I'm currently taking b2 for migraines, as well as other medications. often after eating or at night time I get a strange feeling of almost out of body/detatchement and numbness. sometimes accompanied with a migraine. they put it down to hemiplegic migraines.

      thanks for any help.

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      hello, that is exactly how mine started and then all of a sudden it never went away. I have a history of migraines as a child that felt similar but I don't get the headaches accompanying the "aura" symptoms now. how are you now

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