Hi there I don't have a boat feeling but I get lightheaded! Do you have anxiety? not to be dumb or rude but sometimes that can be vertigo off balance and dizzy have you been checked out. If not sorry and I hope things start going away...all I can tell you as that I had my first blown attack in the ER and that was 4 weeks ago (I went to the ER for some chest pain b4 hand) ANyways I felt like I was on the verge of passing out so its been 4 weeks since then and I still get those feeling with much much worse symptoms that decided to add to my difficultness! Good ouck sweety and I hpe things start workin out for you no worries you just need to keep saying to yourself this is dumb i just have anxiety and try to stay busy! :) Hope this helps!
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