Question about dizziness

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So.. like alot of people on here.. i suffer from constant dizziness (9 months now)

Do you find that it pretty much goes away when you lay in bed? or does it stay?

Mine goes away ALMOST everytime i lay down.. and it makes me think....how does that work? is it really anxiety?

Is it because laying down relaxes you? or maybe its an inner ear thing? 

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  • Posted

    It could be an ear problem if it goes away when you lie down. Have you seen the doctor?
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  • Posted

    This reminds me of vertigo with the dizzy sensations. It might have to deal with water in the ear, or moisture from the weather. 
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    im sorry but from my 20 years experience with this the dizziness stays sad when i laydown it does help but its a difference of having an "attack" or panic "disorder". an attack will last anywhere from 10 to 30 min. Disorder is pretty much constantly on and off all day long.
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    I've been having dizziness for a couple of months now, it does help when I lie down. Interestingly someone mentioned Vestibular Disorder to me last night, which symptoms I seem to be experiencing exactly! Plus the disorder can cause anxiety too, I wonder if a lot of us are suffering from that?
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