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Horrible Sinus Pressure, Pain, Dizziness, Vision Problems
Hi Everyone. This is my first post. I started having problems about 5 years ago. It was occasional problems such as mild sinus pain/pressure and headache with mild eye strain. Each year it has gotten worse. Over the course of the past 5 years I have seen multiple doctors across different specialites: Ears, Nose & Throat, Neurologist, Allergist, and my Intern. I have had MRI's and CT scans. This year has been the worst so far. I have already gotten 2 sinus infections. In February of this year I got a CT scan and the ENT doctor said I have a severe deviated septum with chronic sinusitis. I was treated for a sinus infection and that was it. I still felt bad so I went to a neurologist. He wrote it off as a vestibular problem. I did vestibular therapy for 2 months with almost no relief. In May when allergy season started, everything got worse. I have had nonstop sinus pressure/pain, headache, dizziness, major eye strain, my face is sore, my teeth are sore. At the beginning of July I went to an allergist. He said I was allergic to 3 types of trees, 4 grasses, dust, molds and very mild allergy to cats. He put me on Rhinocort. NO results. Then I went back to him after already dumping over $200 in co-pays and medication and he said I have a sinus infection. I just finished the antibiotics and I still feel the same as I did when I first went to him in July. He had me on amoxicillin plus Astelin. I have tried Nasacort, Zyrtec, Claritin, Alavert, etc.... no relief. I am a computer programmer and I can't function like this anymore. Any help would be very appreciated. Thanks.
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For the person who feels weird at the malls, your'e NOT crazy...they spray fragrances all over the cosmetic depts. at stores, all day! In other departments, they have potpourri, scented candles, etc...plus a variety of music blasting, fountains spraying,weird lights, kids screaming, etc... its enough to make anyone sensitive go off kilter. Which is why you feel better outside. They also do not have windows in malls, just doors. No ventilation,recycled air and lots of dust on tables and displays. Employees are constantly ill with "mystery illness"...Let's just say I know from prior inside knowledge about this...Many perfume bottles have spilled, and once I caught a woman behind the counter "emptying" a bottle of strong floral fragrance by spraying it until it was empty into the air! So, hopefully, now you know the real story of why malls are toxic.I can only be in them for a short time. I feel the same.
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I have posted on a few other forums to try to give info in case it may help - went to the ENT today and asked questions we've been wondering.  1.  Serratia bacteria - said we'd be in the hospital so bad before they'd look for that, not likely at all.  2.  sternocleidomastoid muscle in neck - no.  3.  fungal, yeast - no.  4.  What's the right humidity level in the house - whatever's comfortable for you, no set number.  5.  How often to use saline irrigation - 1 or 2 times a day.
6.  Thyroid - wouldn't cause this.

My thyroid levels being high means my thyroid is slow - definitely need to follow up and be checked soon though, and Niacin and B-complex vitamins wouldn't affect that level.

Told him Rhinocort and Asteline made me worse.  He wanted to know which one.  I didn't know because I was taking them both, got worse, and quit both.  Told him Prednisone saved me - he said he doesn't like to use that and would only do it once or twice a year at most if absolutely necessary!  Says I can still use my  hot water bottle on my face for pain/pressure.  

I have allergy testing next week.  Wants me to do that.

Still says I have non allergic rhinitis - they don't know a lot about it.  Well!!!!!  Says after the allergy testing wants me on Singulair (prescription) and Nasalcrom (otc).  Says mold can play a big part in this. I don't have any mold that I know of, although may have been exposed to some in August.   Says not to get paranoid about it!!!  Duh!!!  How can you not when you're miserable and can't function half the time????   So do the testing...then will go on the meds...and follow back up in March.
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Hello.  My sinus face and head pressure has me almost debilitated. Now I have constant, loud ear ringing.  I also experience a horrible, whole body weakness.  Sometimes it feels like someone is sitting on my chest.  I've tried every med, spray, on allergy shots for 20 years.  Started saline rinse.  Tried detox.  Going back to allergist next week.  Can someone suggest further work ups?
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This is my first post.  My 3 1/2 year old daughter has had chronic sinusitis since birth.  She aspirated on meconium (inhale a bowel movement that was in the amniotic fluid) and has had chronic congestion since.  She was in the NICU for her first 3 weeks and has always had a weird cough.  We have been to 3 ENT's, had allergy testing, went to an immunologist, did nasal irrigation (try doing that to a 2 year old, luckily she still loves me), was told she had asthma (did breathing treatments for 6 months 4 times a day), tried rhinocort nasal spray, prednisone, claritin, singulair, etc.  She had a PH-probe to rule out reflux and now they want to do sinus surgery.  I am very reluctant since she did have an adenoidectomy and this did not help.  She really has been through everything.  She has a constant green nose and cough.  I am so sick of people looking at me in the stores like I have a sick kid that should not be out in public.  I have heard everything from people.  Oh, and she was also tested for cystic fibrosis.  She had pneumonia 2 times and had Rosefin shots once for three days for the pneumonia.  That was the only time that she actually sounded good.  I wonder how cruddy she feels sometimes.  She runs a high grade fever about once every 6 weeks.  I used to take her to the doctor and get antibiotics, but it never helped.  Either way, the fever goes away after 3 days.  She is not in daycare and my parents watch her sometimes.  We are all germ conscious and wash our hands etc.  (just so you don't think it is always a cold).  I have been told that she has a virus a million times by the doctors that I actually eat her food so I know if I get sick that she is sick.  My poor girl, I can't even tell when she has a cold, because she always sounds like heck.  I really feel for everyone here.  I had a really bad sinus infection once.  I thought I had the flu or I was dying.  I hope you all feel better soon.  Any input on sinus surgery or cultures would be greatly appreciated!!
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So sorry to hear you're feeling like the rest of us.  Read the other forums here, too.  We've all tried it all.  Let us know what you find out from the Dr.  It's miserable.  I was totally down for 3 months.  I'm up now, but three to four days a week have terrible facial pressure, and the other days I'll be normal, whereas for the first 3 months every day was bad.  Thought I had lukemia or brain cancer or something.  Got an air cleaner, using saline rinse, and just waiting for it to go away.
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First time on this website but in desperation I was looking for help for my dizziness and eye problems.  After reading various comments, it sounds like many people are experiecing the same types of problems.  Mine started with dizziness and light headedness.  Like many of you, I am worse when I go into a mall or grocery store.  Thought maybe it was flourescent lighting or something.  I was supposed to take a balance test, but have been putting it off because every time I take a test, they always come back "normal" and I am starting to feel like a hypochondriac.  Just had an MRI and an MRA done for eye pain and vision problems and as always, everything appeared "normal".  Not that I want anything to show up, but after many years of putting up with these weird symptoms and no medications help, I really would like to have some type of answer. Doctors just look at me like I'm crazy because the symptoms I have are so bizarre and nothing ever shows up. I live in Ohio and have seriously thought about moving out of this area because I do have numerous allergies, but I'm not convinced that any other area of the US would be any better.  Every since August, I have had pain, pressure, and discharge from my left eye.  Also pain in my temple and teeth.  Further, I have problems with my neck from auto accidents that I ahve been in.  MRI of brain and orbit of eye showed nothing.  I did have a vitrous detachment at that time but they say that shouldn't be causing the pain.  So between the vitrous floating inside my eyeball and the film on the outside of my eyeball, it's driving me completely nuts!  Work on computer all day long and strain to see daily.  I have sympathy for all of you because the dizziness, sinus congestion, and eye pain are to the point that all I want to do is stay home and keep my eyes closed. Don't trust myself to drive anymore because of the eye problems and dizziness.  It's completely insane that so many people are going around with the same symptoms and nobody can get an answer.
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I think we're not getting help because the Dr.'s don't know what to do for us.  Many, many days this summer I did not drive because of dizziness/balance, besides just feeling too bad to get up or go outside.  Malls are horrible - no air, dry air.  I, too, work on a computer most of the time, and the eye strain is unbearable. It's depressing! I have a man putting tile in my kitchen - he isn't smoking in my house (I wouldn't allow it) but he smells of cigarettes horribly!  I smelled it yesterday...today...and will have to tomorrow.  I'm think that's what gave me the facial pressure last night, and I feel it coming on today.  Smells really bother me!  Can't wait till he's done.  Do smells bother any of you -- like car fumes, hair sprays, perfumes?  I'm just wondering.
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I haven't read everyone's posting so forgive me if this sounds repetitive.

I am a 34 year old male and for about 2 years have had chronic dizziness and a feeling of foggy brain along with a lot of pressure in the front part of my head. It is there 24/7 and is always worse when I either sleep on my right side and/or when I'm tired- or when Im driving, walking, or moving my head around.  

I have been to several Dr's including an EMT, neurologist, Family Dr. and ear specialist. Nobody has found a thing. I have also had an EKG, MRI, and bloodwork many times. Still nothing.

Any suggestions or ideas?

Sincerely

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I'm not a Dr., but you can get stuff over the counter for dizziness.  Used to be prescription.  I think it's Antivert.  Has Meclazine in it.  Ask your pharmacist.  It MAY help.  Also, my mom used to have dizziness EXTREMELY bad - used Comtrex, (which is allergy stuff) because the Dr.'s had given her EVERYTHING!  I'm using saline rinse, NasalCrom, over the counter, and Dr. put me on Singulair, which is a prescription.  I'm getting better.  Don't know if any of that is doing it or just time, since this has been going on since July.  Have tried LOTS of other meds and had CT of sinus, head and neck x-rays, been to ENT, chiropractor.  I just stay away from smells if at all possible, try to keep my humidity in my house about 49, and put a very hot water bottle on my face when it's hurting bad.  Got an air cleaner and keep it on full blast in my bedroom with the door shut when I'm not in there, then open the door at night and keep it on low.  Did the allergy testing and severely allergic to dust, mites, certain grasses, ragweed, and moderately allergic to molds, trees, which I live in a rural area and that's all there is!  They told me to give these meds a month and decide if I want to take the allergy shots.  I'm in WV, female, just turned 50.  So...I've talked to a lot of others on this forum, men and women, different states, because I was even trying to link it to an area or something.  Seems it's everywhere.
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Just can upon this site by accident...but glad I did!

I was looking to see how much scented candles can bother an allergic person...I am definately one...allergy shots that started at age 12.  I am now 54 and quit them at age 36.  I got extremely dizzy Sat night.  I lite some candles about 30 minutes before having company and had to take some allergy med to get rid of the dizziness.

I know where you are all coming from.  I have had all the tests, CT's, MRI's, etc...about 20 years ago.
They were all clear the Drs also thought I was crazy. I had trouble with Malls, heights,stores, etc.  I was dizzy, off balance, and had facial and tooth pain, distorted vision and would not drive.  I also tried various antibiotics.

I lived in the upper panhandle of WV then,but have moved to the Birmingham, AL area.  When I cane here..same thing. But I also found a new Family Phy.  He listened....He put me on CEFTIN... a different antibiotic for me...it really helped!

I have also learned what I need to help myself.  I know when I get dizzy to use Afrin and take 1/2 of an Actifed...more just puts me to sleep or makes me feel nasty.

I still drive very little...I am always afraid of getting dizzy or my eye sight getting screwy.  I had a terrible dizzy spell on a huge bridge and didn't drive over the bridge for 15 years.  The day I drove for the first time after the spell was because I had to take my husband to the hospital...he was having a heart attack!!!!!!!!!!  I made it!  And he is fine!

I also think that places like Walmart, Lowes and H Depot have either wacky lights or it's my allergies...always hazy cloudy air...I hate it!!!!!!

Hopefully, my experiences will help one of you...This makes life misserable when you feel so crappy!

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Wow!  I cannot believe so many others are suffering from similar symptoms.  My story is about 4 years old, starting with the dry, irritating and unrelenting unproductive cough.  I was "diagnosed"  with asthma, then acid reflux and later chronic sinusitis.  I was put on steroids, inhalers, antibiotics, endured a laryngoscopy, ate lots of Nexium...nothing really worked.  I used run five miles a day, then power-walked and finally succumbed to the lethargy of trying to cope with the anxiety that comes with these breath-challenging symptoms. I learned to live with the cough (which disappears at night) and handled the panic attacks in elevators and airplanes (and I travel on planes about 40,000 miles a year!) Then, four days ago I was driving home from the airport, turned my head to look into the next lane and immediately felt dizzy.  I have been dizzy and had a horrendous headache ever since.  Then today, looking through every Google entry about dizziness and headache, I found some interesting information and this forum.  I went to a great chiropractor today after finding a site that linked my exact symptoms to a problem with one of my sternocleidomastoid muscles.  The Dr. seemed to know what I was talking about and did some small adjustments, but emphasized using some ice treatments.  I noticed relief from the dizziness after putting an ice pack on my neck and forehead for a while.  After four days of totally feeling disengaged with everything and suffering with a pounding head, the feelings are dissapating.  I am beginning to wonder if all of these symptoms over the last few years were not related to some dysfunctionality of this muscle.  I have always had allergies and a CT scan did show that my sinuses were fairly occluded, however, one would think that all of the medicines I have taken would have driven these symptoms into remission.  

I found an interesting article about the SCM muscle in a website called roundearth.com that links deficiencies or injuries of the sternocleidomastoid muscle to many of these symptoms, including dry coughs and tight throats! The article was actually directed for instructors in martial arts! I am going to investigate this further.

Anyway, I am glad I found this forum.  So interesting to find others trying to figure out the same problems.
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My chiropractor said the same thing in 1998. Some of the dizziness went away after he did soft tissue work and a couple of adjustments. I have since become a chiropractor, myself, and retired due to an arthritis issue. I saw several patients with SCM tightness and dizziness. Helped when I could help.  As a person who's life has come to a halt several times these last 20 years with no correct, overarching diagnosis, I continue to suffer with terrible sinusitis, made acute by barometric pressure changes. My face and head fill up, I get sleepy, my head/body feel as though I'm on a rowboat in choppy water, and of course, all this happens while driving! It's been life-altering. I believe it contributed heavily to the end of a relationship 15 years ago. ENT's, neurophthalmologists, neurologists, GP's (Alacort, prednisone, Flonase, Singulair, Duexis, Zyrtec, SSRIs, anti-anxiety meds, muscle relaxers, acupuncture, Imitrex, Maxalt, massage, and obviously chiropractic).  Nothing. No cigarettes, no alcohol.  Thanks for reading - glad to be among friends. Thinking vestibular migraine.
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My Dr. here put me on Zoloft which seemed to help me with the anxiety that I was having from the dizziness, etc.  It really did help, but I gained 20 lbs...that really made me depressed!  I quit taking the Zoloft about 6 months ago and I have lost a few lbs, but I get really upset when the dizziness and blurry vision come back.  Like I said though, the Actifed and Afrin do help a lot.  The only problem is, is that you never know where or when the allergy attack is going to be set off.  The other day we went to a place called Southeastern Salvage...they have really neat things like granite, tile and decorating items.  I felt great when we left the house...about 2 minutes in the place and I could feel my head clog-up and that dizzy hazy feeling kick in.  We left there and went to Sam's Club and I felt like I was in a fog.  When I got home, I followed the routine of Actifed and Afrin and I could feel the feeling start to clear.

Today is a good day...hope yours is as well...take care...
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I saw something on a magazine cover while I was in the grocery line about scented candles putting out toxic fumes.  I actually had been making my own candles recently, too.  So it could be why you're dizzy.   I think there's more than one thing going on and that's why Dr.'s don't help much.  Like, allergies, plus smells, maybe inflammation/infection, and one medicine won't fix it all.  I also think malls and stores don't have enough air flow.  They're stuffy and dry, and I can feel myself dehydrating in them!  And....panic attacks start kicking in.  I have had them for 19 years..and take meds for that.  And I would have a hard time driving, never going by myself, having to pull over, get myself together and try again.  Sounds kind of like what you explained. You are right, it's depressing and can ruin your life.  I have to always wear cool clothes, so I don't get too hot, watch where I go.  People just don't understand.  You got your husband to the hospital because you HAD to.  I'm glad he's ok.  Funny how we can do it when there's no choice.  I am worn out with feeling bad, with headaches, sinus, dizziness, and I'm waiting on my second thyroid test results because the first one was elevated.  As if I didn't have enough to deal with.  I know I am severely depressed, as I just lost my mom who was my best friend and constant companion a few months ago, and I even thought crying was irritating my sinus.   I am just exhausted.  I found this forum when I needed to hear I wasn't alone.  It has truly helped me.
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I went to the chiro - had the x-rays, talked to the ENT about that muscle, as I, too, had been searching for help.  But they said it wasn't my problem, although the chiro did manipulate and I did use ice.  I did hurt my neck this summer. But I don't think it was before this started.  It's just that I can't go to the chiro 3 days a week, not only time wise, but money wise!  So...the meds seem to be helping...and if I feel I need to go back to the chiro I will.  I have good days and bad.  At least they're not all bad like when I started this.  All this did make my panic attacks worse!  I'm dealing with that though.  I don't think I could get on a plane.  I'd probably pass out.  Unless there's plenty of moving air.  And then I'd still have a panic attack, because if I need to get out, I wouldn't be able to.

I also feel stores such as Lowe's are dusty and I can't breath in them, so that may be due to dust allergy.  Too dry and too moist air bothers me.  Smells bother me.  Aerosols bother me.  Smoke bothers me.  Why all of a sudden this year?  I have no clue.  

Anyway, after about 50 posts this forum will lock you out, so you'll have to start another question to keep going, keep talking to everyone.

I hope everyone is better!!!!  Maybe the cold air will kill some stuff off.
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Hi Everyone,

Sorry it has been so long since my last update. It has been such a rollercoaster ride since I last posted back at the end of September. I ended up getting a Septoplasty, Shaving of Turbinates, and Expansion of Maxillary Sinuses done on October 26th. It has now been almost 2 months since the surgery and I am not feeling better. The only positive thing I can say is that I can breathe out of both sides of my nose and I don't feel out of breathe anymore.

However, I still have the same symptoms: Bad sinus pressure/pain, cheekbone pain, eye strain, blurry vision, dizziness, lightheadedness, teeth pain, fatigue, neck strain/pain, head feels like it weighs 100lbs.

I am currently using Ayr Saline Nasal Spray around 4 to 6 times a day in combination with Nasacort AQ (prescribed last week by my ENT), as well as hot steamy showers every night and a new humidifier purchased a few days ago. I can say that the showers plus the humidifier pretty much gets rid of any dryness in my nose and throat (which is a good thing since too much dryness causes bleeding).

I can't believe all the people who are suffering from the same symptoms. I saw someone asked if the majority of people were female. I am a 26 year old male living in Long Island, NY.

I have an eye doctor appointment this saturday to check my eyes out again and an appointment with my primary care in the beginning of January. I am really at the point where I want to tell the primary care to do whatever tests he has to do to figure this out. Whether it be another MRI, CT Scan, whatever.

No one should feel this horrible from the time they wake up till the time they go to bed. It is so debilitating. I'm a computer programmer and it very difficult to sit and stare at a screen all day. I used go to the gym 3 to 4 times a week and now I don't go because of how dizzy and ill I feel all day.

We need to find a way to figure out what is going on with us. It seems that most of the people in this forum have had a battery of tests, seen multiple doctors, taken all types of medication, and even tried unconventional remedies with no results.

As a programmer I own my own website design company. I want to start a website dedicated to finding a solution for our problems. If anyone in this forum would like to be a part of it, please contact me at: ***@****.

Hope everyone has a very safe and happy holiday.
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Sympathize with all of you.   My daughter in law has been going through maxillary sinus pressure, seemingly causing dizziness for years now.  Have almost maxed out in South Florida with doctors.   Her father flew her to Colombia where she is going through more tests.   The dizziness is the type one felt when one dad would swing you around real fast and then suddenly stop.  It is that immediate feeling that she has all the time.  

Oddly, she feels better driving.  Doctors are big on giving you valium.   Which comes first, the dizziness or the stress?
Rehab has not worked, and the doctor claims it's needed b/c she has damaged nerve endings, and nothing else can help.  Eight yrs ago an ear infection and some years later problems after being in a pool.  

She can't stand it any more.  I am reading all your suggestions and am emailing her some in Colombia.   Will keep you updated.   If all fails here we're hitting Mass Gen'l's special ear division.
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I just wanted to say that I am now getting relief with the Nasacort and Singulair, along with saline irrigation every day, and an air cleaner in my bedroom.  Now..I don't know if the meds are helping or if this has run its' course.  Even though I had the allergy testing and it came back severe on most everything, I'm still not sure it's allergies.  So I haven't decided if I'm going to have the shots.  Just to be safe though I'm cleaning everything.  I have to say that I already had panic disorder but when I was at my worst they got extremely bad, and when I got better they went back to under control.  I still get dizzy once in a while, but it's quick, and then gone.  Everything in blood work came back ok except thyroid, which I had to retest and still have not got the results, but they say it can't cause this. Could this be a virus (long lasting)?  No one else I know has this, except for the people I see here in the forum.  Again, I'm a female, 50, in WV.  I do hope everyone gets relief and has a Merry Christmas.
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Hi everyone - I'm sorry to see that so many people are struggling with this! Over the past several years I've had persistent frontal headaches, some blurred vision, and persistent unexplained nausea. A CT scan was negative for tumor or sinus infection (i.e., no significant amount of mucous). I haven't taken the step of dealing with an allergist or ENT, as sometimes this isn't a problem for me, but I've recently become frustrated by it again, in particular the low-grade nausea. So of course I've been googling away trying to figure it out, which is how I found this forum. And here's an odd possibility that won't be the case for everyone, but maybe some of us. I read about "sternocleidomastoid syndrome", which apparently is a muscular problem related to the muscles in the neck, and results in referral pain (pain that is expressed in a different area of the body than the source) in the forehead, as well as dizziness, nausea, ear pain, and tinnitus (ringing in ears). I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post a link, but if you enter "sternocleidomastoid syndrome" into your search engine, that could get you started with some questions for your docs. One site had suggestions for relieving tension in the muscles - I've just done those exercises, and, for now, am free of the "sinus" pain and low-grade nausea I've had all day today. Check it out - it won't be the solution for everyone, but hopefully some of you (and me). Good luck!
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How can acid reflux contribute to sinus pressure?  I don't understand that.  I'm open to anything though.  Do you know?
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Hi all-

It never occurred that so many people would have the same problems I'm having.

Well here is some good news. I went to an allergist and found out that I have some mild allergies to dust mites, trees, and cockroaches (who'd a thunk it). Anyway, these are not causing my sinus pressure and dizziness.

Turns out it is acid reflux, which is contributing to sinus pressure, which is leading to sleep problems, which is contributing to vestibular (neurological) problems. I have been taking Nexium, Duraphen II, and Nasonex since my last post (about 7 days) and although I am still a little dizzy, all of the pressure is gone, Im sleeping at night, and I am noticing that the dizziness is slowing going away with each day.

I am having a sleep study test done for sleep apnea.

Don't know if this will help anyone else, but thought I would throw it out there for anyone who wants to check into it.

There are also a lot of Chinese herbs that are meant to treat vertigo and vestibular problems. Check www.Chineseherbs.com.

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