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Air bubbles popping in my head

Hi everyone.. I'm new here and have a lot of questions.. some my doctor can't answer.

So it all started in May, when I started having tension headaches and anxiety attacks..
Fast forward to July.. I started feeling like works were crawling in my head.. told my doctor and he finally prescribed amitriptyline.. it got better for sometime. The thing is it comes when am really stressed or have sleepless nights.
Two weeks ago I started having this little shocks in my head and bubbles popping..
A little pressure unto my scalp and I hear them popping.. even when I turn my head

Mind you, I only take half a tablet of amitriptyline when I'm stressed out and can't have a good night's sleep... Right now my doctor doesn't know what is wrong with me.. he has taken me off my medication for a two weeks observation..

Any doctor or anyone who knows something should please help out..
Because this is making my anxiety worse .
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I found this old thread on this same forum.  There aren't a lot of concrete answers here,  but you're not alone - apparently a lot of people experience bubbles popping in their heads and also have serious anxiety.  

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