I've had a slight headache everyday for the last two weeks or so. I don't have it right when I wake up though, but in about half an hour or so after waking up, I get it and it lasts until I go to sleep. And as strange as this sounds, I feel a bit more "detached" from my body and my surroundings. I -do- wear glasses and they are slightly scratched, plus I've had what feels like something in my ear for a few weeks as well, I don't know if there's any connection.
I actually have this paranoia of getting brain tumors. (I haven't been vomiting or have any seizures.) I have anxiety problems, so that probably contributes. I was just wondering if anybody knows what this might be. Thanks.
There's a possibility that it could be Alice in Wonderland Syndrome, although I've not heard of somebody getting it every day. You might want to get your eyes checked, just to be on the safe side, as your prescription might have changed and that's what is causing it.
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