Nausea, neck soreness/ cloudy vision..weird/hollow feeling in head. No pain.
It's no pain, but it scares me the way it feels. It feels like nothing! It might be me afraid of losing my vision. I have eye appointment on Friday, & I have some anxiety about them saying something cud b wrong with my eyes. Don't get me wrong, I haven't been stuck on worrying since I've been able to clean up and what not, it's jut in the back of my mind & it's scary my head feels so weird and I have some nausea. Should I b scared?
dont panic to much, this could be from anxiety about two months ago i had a health scare and since about a month ago i get dizzy, pains in my head and burning eyes with morning nausea, i had an eye appointment at the specialist last night who said theres nothing wrong with my eyes and its all most likely anxiety. dont worry to much they can tell alot from your eyes and its probably anxiety playing its part. good luck. shar
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