Since moving home 7 years ago, I've with almost immediate affect been suffering with on/off tiredness and now joined by head pressure.
This happens literally every 2 weeks, without expectation (ie I don't think before this happens), that I wake up initially with head presure (like someone's digging their fingernail into my head), then my eyes get heavy, then I feel spaced out and tired all day (feeling like I'm not actually there, I mean in a dreaming sort of sense). None of my doctors or private consulants have any idea what this is.
I have no idea why I'm fine for 2 weeks, then around the 2 weeks later it all starts again and lasts for about 3 days.
I'm falling behind from work and don't feel like socialising when this happens, it's becoming a real problem for me.
Any advise any one could kindly offer?
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