I just wondering if what I am experiencing is a normal symptom of anxiety. For the past I would say month I feel really dizzy pretty much all the time my eyes always feel full of pressure and sometimes voices just sound diffirebt and I feel as if one eye doesn't work but I see fine and then other times I get black dots in my vision so I can't see what I'm directly looking at im soooooo scared there is something seriously wrong with me :(
Hi.......we never want to assume that anything is anxiety without ruling out other causes first. I would see your doctor to get this checked out and go from there. Black dots (floaters) are very common and nothing to worry about unless there are so many that you can't see very well.....then you would want to see an eye doctor. I know they're annoying and hard to ignore at times....but they will go away on their own. See your doctor for peace of mind.
Hope this helps and best wishes.
The symptoms you're describing could indicate a neurological disorder, which should be addressed by a health professional, but it seems that your symptoms may be exacerbated by anxiety. Anxiety can manifest itself physically in various ways depending on the individual. If your concerns persist or progress contact a neurologist. A neurologist would be able to determine if you're having serious CNS issues or simply anxiety, and would be capable of prescribing an anxiolytic.
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