Allergies can cause sinus congestion and this can cause dizziness. Chronic sinusitis begins with an inflammation of the mucous membranes in your sinuses the air-filled passages around your nose and throat. The inflammation causes fluid buildup eventually plugging the sinus cavity and preventing normal mucus drainage.
Did you get the skin and blood tests for allergies done? I agree that meniere’s disease and acoustic neuroma also needs to be ruled out for which I suggest you to get a MRI scan done.
It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. Treatment can be started only when the diagnosis is confirmed. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.
i am going to anf MRI today to check for acoustic neuroma........and yes i have had the blood test and skin test for allergies
now for the past few days the dizziness is waking me out of my sleep and i cant go back to sleep....
im just very scared ............
There are some possible relative deficiencies, that are either a. difficult to detect,
b. easily overlooked.
The idea is to explore additional indirect possible connections to your dizziness, as medical protocol has been followed so far with traditional medical diagnostic procedures.
( except for meniere’s disease and acoustic neuroma -results pending)
As a secondary benefit by looking into these deficiencies, should it be necessary to
correct them, your body be aided to return to a more balanced level of health.
*** Look into Magnesium deficiencies which are extremely common (over 80%),
as only 1% of the Mg is in the blood, rendering the blood test inefficient for this.
Mg deficiency is associated with:
Arthritis- Rheumatoid and Osteoarthritis
Auto immune disorders- all types
Cerebral Palsy- in children from magnesium deficient mothers
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Congestive Heart Disease
Crooked teeth- narrow jaw- in children from magnesium deficient mothers
Diabetes- Type I and II
Eating disorders- Bulimia, Anorexia
Gut disorders- including peptic ulcer, Crohn's disease, colitis, food allergy
Heart Disease- Arteriosclerosis, high cholesterol, high triglycerides
Heart Disease- in infants born to magnesium deficient mothers
High Blood Pressure
Impaired athletic performance
Infantile Seizure- in children from magnesium deficient mothers
Lou Gehrig's Disease
Migraines- including cluster type
Mitral Valve Prolapse
Muscle weakness, fatigue
Myopia- in children from magnesium deficient mothers
Obesity- especially obesity associated with high carbohydrate diets
Osteoporosis- just adding magnesium reversed bone loss
PMS- including menstrual pain and irregularities
PPH- Primary Pulmonary Hypertension
SIDS- Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Syndrome X- insulin resistance
Thyroid disorders- low, high and auto-immune; low magnesium reduces T4
***Low Glutathione levels
There are over 90 conditions, diseases and complications associated
with low Glutathione levels (many the same as in the Mg list above)
Glutathione is the body's Master Detoxifier, Recycler and Anti-Oxidant.
Testing is very difficult, expensive and inaccurate.
The blood test has to be specific the the white blood cells, to ensure some degree of accuracy.
There are other deficiencies, however, these are very fundamental ones, with a wide range
of biological and cellular implications and consequences.
Please do your own research on the above, and should you need more info,
please post at the alternative therapies or message me directly (forum rules),
as the information is holistic. The successful approach to those deficiencies is very specific, as the correct method of delivery is of critical importance.
When making any decisions about your health, please check always with
your Health Care Professional.