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September 18th, 2013
I have same feeling wat should I do
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replied September 18th, 2013
I have same feeling wat should I do
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replied September 21st, 2016
I don't have complete verification from my doctor but he did think that high blood pressure connects to blood vessels that run up the neck and alongside the eustachain tubes. Whenever I get stresses, I can feel it in my ears, like I'm underwater. It's been going on for 18 months now, and after taking HBP medication, getting off caffeinated coffee, drinking beet juice (said to help lower BP), and trying to stay calm, my ears feel better. I think the stress (of teaching for me) caused me to grind my teeth at night. I had a real, dentist proscribed guard made and it has also helped. It's not as bad any more, and seems to get better every day, but there were in fact days where I felt that I couldn't take it anymore.
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replied December 6th, 2016
Hey you guys some of these post might be anxiety.some seem to me like STERNOCLEIDOMASTOID problems .there's this muscle that if it gets strained can can all sorts of symptons.headaches and dizzyness are a few.i believe its a MUSCLE that is soo sensitive it runs from your collarbone to the neck,sinus,ears,forehead,eyes,back of the head ,side of cheeks,bridge between your nose..i believe its a very important muscle that no one ever speaks about few know about it .its involved in sight,breathing,chewing,can be affected if you cry or stress.i also believe its involved whenever you eat something it gets affected.you know when you eat something healthy and your eyes feel alert or if you eat chicken you feel slow.i believe like your diet can affect this also if you cry .its the same muscle that looks like a V on the sides of your neck its noticeable.i believe after a while it can be strained or damaged or if you strain it or have a bad habit of crying or take part in activities that affect it.or if your diet is not right if you eat not healthy.i also believe its connected to the middle of the back somehow (this is just my theory).this is all for now i really hope this helps someone.its always best to do your own research check with your doctor.peace best of wishes friends.(: (try omega 3 maybe strenghtens nerves)check you your DOCTOR first peace.
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replied December 6th, 2016
I forgot to mention has anyone heard of FAR INFRARED HEAT SAUNA or similar products those are great not only do they detox but they strengthen your whole system.has to be infrared sauna not all sauna are the same.peace
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replied June 19th, 2017
Hey dear, I've been feeling exactly like you these last two months.
I had what is probably an anxiety attack which led me to call 911 a couple of weeks ago, but I haven't gotten checked yet.
I'm going to a cardiologist tomorrow though, but I don't know whether I want it to be anxiety or a physical disease to be honest.... if it's not my heart, I'll want to get my head and blood checked too, but oh Lord... it really sucks having these symptoms all the time. And really, what you described is what I'm going through too, not that it's something to be glad about, but I'm kind of glad to know I'm not the only one.
What bothers me a lot, though, is that I cannot say what it is that causes me this. And if it is anxiety, I have no idea where it comes from. It hit me out of nowhere. I've had no big changes in my life or any deaths in the family. I've actually been having some pretty calm days, except for my economy.
Also, I'm only 19 (97), I just miss the days where I felt normal and safe in my own body.
I hope you're feeling better. (:
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