I am a 25 year old male who eats right, works out, and functioned normally before this accident. About 4 years ago I was playing football and got hit from the side (a whiplash kind of hit). No loss of consciousness or any problems right away. Got up and kept on playing. So next day I remember waking up and everything just seemed fuzzy. Not dizzy, but out of focus. I would engage in a conversation with someone and just felt so light headed, almost as if I was going to faint and could not pay attention to what they were saying. So, time went by feeling this way (light head, fuzzy, trouble focusing) for a few days when I remember just getting the worst headaches of my life. Could barely go to class. Went to a doctor, got a CT scan…….everything looks normal and neurologist just kinds of dismisses this to stress/depression/anxiety/ etc. Time goes on, no luck. Headache pain decreases but now becomes a dull pressure centralized in my right temple. Memory and concentration starts to get worse. Doctor advises a neurological test. Results: Depression, ADD, Anxiety, and memory problems. Doctor treats each of the first three conditions (anti-depressants, anxiety pills, concerta, all to no avail.) So trial and error goes on while my symptoms get worse. My right eye starts to get blurry (even though I have 20/20 vision) and colors in that eye starts to become a shade off compared to my left . I see an eye doctor, everything looks good. I do have a rare eye disorder (pigmentary dispersion syndrome) however he said this would not be the cause of any of my symptoms. MRI performed by neurologist with the result brain looks normal, probable mucus cyst or polyp right sinus. Doctor says that’s normal. Blood work done, b12 and thyroid good. Symptoms get worse. I cannot focus at work, I forget information I knew I learned, have hand shakings, neck jerking, weird sensations in hands and weakness on my entire right side (leg and arm have become less developed compared to my left side even though I am right handed). My right eye has begun to droop slightly, have neck pain, and have developed sleep apnea, blood shot eyes, and constant stuffiness. Symptoms have just gotten worse and worse with no relief. I know it is not depression or anxiety causing these symptoms as I have never felt this way until after the whiplash injury. I have a great life and it is being consumed by this problem. I have always been pretty smart and I have a degree in engineering, which is a fairly difficult degree. I used to get A’s in calculus 3 now I can barely do basic problems from algebra. Has anyone had any kind of complications like this from a neck/head injury and been diagnosed? I know I am not making these symptoms up and I try to ignore them, but they persist. Also, I should mention when I was 15 I had a blow to my right temple where I lost consciousness for a split second but no further complications. Any help would be appreciated as I am beginning to go crazy over these persisting symptoms. I have seen three neurologists. One found that I have sleep apnea, but I have been on a CPAP consistently for over a year and no improvement in symptoms. I have gotten allergy shots for a year that do not help fix headaches or stuffiness. The only thing that I can really find on the internet that may be causing this is "barre-lieou" syndrome, but that does not appear to be an actual "disease" but compilation of symptoms. I feel as if my right side is just not being supplied with blood (brain included) and that is why I get these symptoms, but a ultra sound of my neck came back normal. Could a whiplash maybe compress something in my neck that could lead to these symptoms? Any help would be appreciated, as I am desperate.