How long can you do house work & run errands before becoming dizzy?

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For example, (I have a point, I swear) today I woke up feeling kind of crummy but I had a doc appt an hour away and had to travel there (I drove). Then I stopped to eat and after went grocery shopping. In the grocery, I started feeling off from all the movement and then I had to go to another grocery store and I really felt it there.

(Still have a point)

I came home, put groceries away, and took a break. Felt crappy but managed to make dinner & get it out of the way.

But now I feel like I need a nap to recoup. I feel nauseated and just off/gross feeling. Like on a boat, as if I did too much. I'll prob feel this way for the rest of the day which sucks because it limits other things that need done.

***Do you guys end up feeling this way too? And if you do, how long can you do things before you start feeling this way? AND are you off/crappy feeling for the rest of the day from it?***

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    Yes. All the eye movement in a store triggers it. Worse store is Walmart. Grocery store is second. There's so much to look at. Even my therapist told me avoid those places.

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    You accomplished a lot. I can usually do one of those things and be done. Stores are the worst. So to answer your question, you did more than I could do right now.
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      Yeah I usually can't do all of that either so I fell you. But I had to push myself through it to get it done. I felt so sick by the time it was all over tho.

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