hiya im julie and i have only just been told i have vertigo, and i find it quite scary, i was just woundering if anybody has the same feelings or thoughts, my dizzyness (but not) its more like everything is going in n out , i have trouble moveing my eyes without haveing to close them and the same wen i am walking, i get twitchy in my arms n legs as well. i dont think thisis conected to it but i also have hurt my ankle in the past and it seem so be extreemly painfull now i have this vertigo but its probly tha im so run down with it tha i notice it that much more. i have been haveing sum very strainge and desterbing dreams and get bad night sweats also in the day but not so bad r thees the symptoms of vertigo?
if they r is there any way of stoping it without sleepin all the time lol?
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