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Weird Head sensations

When I wake up I'm ok, then after 1 hour my head starts to feel heavy and feels so weird, I feel something inside I don't classify as pain but agony, it is an agony feeling like I am being pushed down, also my eyes feels heavy, it feels like there is fluid circulating all over my eyebrows and make me feels bad, like I can't focus on something near me it give me a sick sensations. When I  watch tv,the inside of the back of my head is constantly making pressure, when I walk it feels like the gravity is pulling over my head , my legs swing a bit it feels like I will fall.
What could be causing this, before I go to the doc.
Sorry for English.
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My suggestion is to go to the doctor .

By what your telling me it seems like theres fluid building up in your brain but I'm not a doctor.
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the "fluid" is just a figurative meaning
363281 tn?1590104173
Hello~It sounds like something similar that I have at times. Mine is a form of vertigo/dizziness brought on by anxiety and/or stress.  Also, vertebral misalignment can cause these symptoms. I would try seeing a chiropractor or an osteopath, they are able to work on areas of the neck and upper back that could be causing this, plus, will probably take some x-rays of the area to see what is going on.  After they study the readings, they will go over them with you and probably start treatments.

I hope you feel better soon, these feelings are no fun.
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Any anxiety and stress recently?
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I'm feeling the same thing But I being treated for lung infection.
Next week I will get a head EEG  but I'm looking to get a neck scan too.
All of these problems is getting myself crazy.
I'm already sick but those feelings feels worse than the lung symptoms
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