Tingling and Slight Dizziness On Moving Eyes From Side To Side
I also suffer with the symptoms.
Its not everyday but when I moves my eyes from side to side I get a tingling sensation which shoots down my arms most noticeble in the ends of my fingers, it also goes down legs as well. It makes you feel dizzy the faster and more you do it.
I have noticed it happens more often if I am tired.
I have suffered from Anxiety and Depression but have now recovered, however, I am still on medication.
The following is a list of the daily medication
Pregabalin 600mg per day
Mirtazapine 45mg per day
Zopiclone 7.5mg at night
I also always have an 'emergency' amount of Diazapam in 5mg tablets in case I feel Anxiety coming on, for which I take one tablet if this happens (now very infrequently, thank god!)
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