I have the exact same dizzy/ gonna pass out feelings, what's strange is ; I'll get the initial pass out feeling followed by brief cold sweats , and rapid heart beat. I have to stop whatever I'm doing at that moment and lay down ( which sucks, cause I'm a tattoo artist and have to fight it till tattoo is finished) after laying down a strange euforic? Type of feeling will stick with me for rest of day, along with blurred vision, light sensitivity , thoughts of heart attacks , brain tumors, kidney disease, and extreme fear of dieing flood my mind. Smoking makes it worse, but I still do it out of stress. I've just this last 6 months or so have been getting the dizzy faint attack, but have been having good ol chest hurt, heart racking panic attacks for about 9 years now. I've noticed that turning my head too far in one direction can cause a similar feeling, as well as keeping my arms above my head for a short time. I'm starting to wonder if I have an inner ear problem that contributes? I know I don't breathing well while sleeping due to my tonsils being bad. But alas, I have no insurance, and cannot have them removed.
Hello, I have had panic attacks for qyute a few years, but I had never had them diagnosed until 2 years ago. Now I try to stay away from things that cause me to have them(people usually) and I take my meds whenever I need them. I myself suffer from chronic pain, and sometimes get very depressed about the pain. My doctor and his PA are working together to help me get things straightened out, and not have so much pain. Good Luck with whatever you decide to do. Please talk with your Dr. Bye for now, Alisia53
I have like the same thing happening to me, I'm 15 and I feel numb and dizzzy almost as if I were drunk or high. It feels like I'm living a dream through someone else its very strange what could it be?
Hi there everyone. I really feel for all of you. I'm thankful that we have these sites to share our very real health symptoms. That often are dismissed as little more than a minor health quake that will go away. That, or that we're hypochondriacs. All your experiences remind me of my own. I'd seen every orthodox specialist there is to try and establish what was going on with regards to my dizziness, spaced out and panic attacks. Having never had these before and then suddenly having them. Without any major event occurring in my life to start these symptoms. I had scans and blood tests galore! Scans are great if you have a presenting problem that's present whether you are still or active. However, they cannot pick up on issues that manifest when you are moving. I eventually saw an Osteopath. And VOILA!! The Osteopath corrected an imbalance in my NECK. My Neck was twisted more to one side than the other, causing restriction to nerve and muscles. Hence affecting blood supply and oxygen to my brain etc. I had 8 sessions after the initial consultation and assessment. And that was it. No more dizziness, spacey feeling, no more panic attacks at ALL!! Try it, and good luck.