This has been going on for several weeks, while sleeping my head will go numb and tingly, as if there's not enough blood flow, when I raise my head up, I can feel the blood flow back to my head and all is back to normal--- this will happen to me no matter if I'm on my back or either side. That last few nights I have woken up with my head pounding, I raise up my head and then the blood flows and it goes away. I had a MRI two weeks ago, and there was nothing found, I have had numberous blood tests--- I do take thyroid meds for T3 and T4--- my potassium was at 3.4 and I am being treated for low potassium-- I do take anti-depressants--- I have been taking one of my anti-depressants and my thyroids at night, to try to eleviate the "sweating" that comes with these medicines--- can you help me or lead me in the right direction, I am awake several times at night, and I'm exhausted. Thank you
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