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My father's head problem
My father is 83 and he is unable to balance himself. Always he says something is wrong with his head. He says something is pressing him and sometimes he says the head appears vaccant. He always holds his chin and says it is comfortable. Is it somethings called vertigo or something else. He is taking bp pills daily  
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Loss of balance and a feeling of pressure could be related to a lot of things.

Have you posted your question to the Neurology or Expert Neurology forums?  Or use the search feature on this site to see various posts and articles relating to balance.

It may be something as simple as talking to his doctor about the medications he's taking.
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