Muzzy head feeling

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Has anyone experienced a strange muzzy throbbing feeling in their head? I ask because I don't know if it's menopause related or not. It's, like when you've had a virus and your head feels muzzy, only I don't have a virus. Can anyone relate to what I'm saying at all?

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    Every day and so annoying !!!!
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  • Posted

    I also have ringing in the ears.

    But I have had the strange head feeling.

    During the point that I had the head feeling, I also had wobbly legs.

    I felt as if I was getting ill but did not.

     

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    Every day, at most inconvenient of times! You never know when it will hit you. I am at my wits end to find a way round it, but nope, nothing seem to work sad
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      Inconvenient is a good word to describe it. I wonder what about the menopause causes this feeling? I think I'm going to work my way through some suggested supplements and see if it improves.

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    Yes if you are meaning unable to think clearly, confused and lightheaded faint feeling and groggy! Sometimes my head even feels heavy and or numbing feeling! 
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     Heck yes! The weird head feelings are my number one most annoying symptom! The feelings in my head are the things that cause my health anxiety to shoot through the roof and I think I’m dying every single time. I have them today and it’s driving me crazy! 
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