I get the wave rush in my head my friend, its usually accompanied with a turn in my stomach and dizziness, which makes me think Heart, but the cardiologist says the heart's fine. I tend to get it if I pull hard on a boat line,( I live on a boat) or push on something real hard shortly after a meal or if my digestion is bad that day. I hike every night up in a canyon and have no problem at all. My nerves are shot so anxiety is a big part of everything I'm sure. But it still shakes me up most every day. Hmm, some way to live. God Bless...
I don't know what age you are, but if you're older, could be you're pulling a muscle and then getting a cramp in your chest, shoulder, and neck. When I first got older, I pulled all kinds of stuff, until I paid better attention to what in the world I was doing. But the dizziness and fullness in your head that comes with it, if it's not something strange like a brain aneurysm about to go off, could be you're not getting enough proteins in your diet... if I skip my eggs in the morning for a few days straight, I'll get a little dizzy when I exert myself... kind of like a car trying to run on an empty gas tank, it'll sputter and not quite engage. Also, check over in the cardiology section of this forum, give them a little more info, maybe someone there can identify if you've got symptoms similar to theirs of clogged arteries or something (even tho the cardio guy said your heart was okay).
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