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Bouts of Dizziness - Vertigo - Anybody Else Experiencing it Too?

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posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 12:52 PM
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originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: toolgal462

I've had some success with the Epley maneuver (for BPPV). It's really rough to go through the process (I sometimes end up puking) but it does seem to reduce the duration of the attack for me (it can last a couple of days). There are variations on the basic idea.


Getting an actual diagnosis is the place to start though.


I've mentioned the incidents to my doctors who never were bothered by it. I was just prescribed the same thing as dramamine.

I will look up what Epley maneuver is. thanks for the advice.




posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 01:22 PM
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Hmmmm... I have been experience similar episodes lately. Quite regularly, almost daily? couple times a day?, if not then every couple of days.

I find them odd; I get that "swaying" motion in my mind that signifies vertigo or about to pass out. It feels quite strong, like if I were to let it, it could overwhelm me. However, it is just as easy to shake off the episode as the feeling is profound (not religiously... just fairly all encompassing in my mind).

Kind of feels like a dejavu, without the familiar places or events. As you said, vertigo is a good description.

If someone talks to me, or gets my attention during an episode, the feeling instantly passes.

I should also add, it is very mild (though strong... like hearing a loud noise from far away), to the point I haven't even really registered it as consistently happening until I read this thread and thought about it.

Again... hmmmm

5G? The global awakening? Mandela Effect? Eroding realities? They've already changed our DNA? lol... who knows, but definitely odd that it seems to be a shared experience... global nonetheless!
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posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 01:30 PM
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Could be Menieres Disease. Pop singers Ryan Adams and Huey Lewis have it. Causes dizzyness and vertigo caused by crystals crowing in the inner ear. I've had it from time to time. Not too severe though. Maybe once every couple months.


ecause a cause hasn’t been identified, the disease is defined by its four major symptoms. The first is a sudden, spontaneous attack of prolonged vertigo — violent rotary spinning and dizziness — occurring from 20 minutes to eight hours at a time. The second is a fluctuating hearing loss of lower frequencies just before, during or right after the vertigo attack. The third is roaring tinnitus — ear ringing, or the perception of sound in the absence of sound — that rises with the attack and then abates. The fourth symptom is a sensation of the affected ear’s canal filling up.


More here
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posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 01:36 PM
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a reply to: NightVision

Two different conditions. The crystals cause BPPV. That's what I get. It is a very common cause of vertigo.

With Menieres the problem is caused by an "overpressure" in the inner ear. My mother had that, and my brother does as well. He had a stent placed which relieves his symptoms. Hearing problems are also associated with Menieres, not so much with BPPV.
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posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 01:43 PM
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I have suffered extreme dizziness, tinnitus and some nausea to the point of passing out for about 3 years. Very dibillitating.
I cannot be up right for long. I always sit in a reclined position. It has just about destroyed my life.

Been hospitalized for it and seen many doctors.

I have read everything on the internet. If anyone has any ideas, I would be so grateful.



posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 01:44 PM
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Only recently, two days ago, early in the AM, I had a sudden episode of extreme vertigo and dizziness, it didn't last long.

That is unusual for me as I don't experience such things.

So yeah, weird when I saw the thread and just experience this myself.

Perhaps some massive seismic shift in our planet that cause our brains to adjust, meh, shrugs.



posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 01:47 PM
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a reply to: Blue Shift

It could be an allergic reaction to a substance.



posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 01:52 PM
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a reply to: Blue Shift

Could it have anything to do with the roll-out of 5G? Apparently, 5G could be bad for humans because it's a technology that will require more towers; thus increasing the chance(es) for radiation exposure.
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posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 02:05 PM
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a reply to: Blue Shift

Take the mask off, you'll be fine.



posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 02:05 PM
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originally posted by: xuenchen
See a frick'n doctor a.s.a.p. !!
❌🥶❌

I see doctors all the time. More than I care to. I got walking pneumonia in June (thanks a lot worthless masks!), and I have a variety of health issues. Recently tested negative for Covid - twice. And I wouldn't think much about it if it wasn't for the other people I know having essentially the same experience. All kinds of reasons a person can feel dizzy, go cross-eyed, etc. But it just seems oddly prevalent.

And since this is a conspiracy website, I thought I'd flavor it with a few conspiracy thoughts. Another I had was that it might have to do with people digging underground. But if it was waves, then everybody would react to it at the same time, right? But that doesn't seem to be the case. Curious.



posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 02:06 PM
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originally posted by: nerbot
a reply to: Blue Shift

Take the mask off, you'll be fine.

I thought about that, too. Although it happens with or without it.



posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 02:44 PM
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Years ago this was experienced in severe and protracted form. I recall Beatle George was
dying at that time, and when I was scoping a Gibson midnight special, the guys at Flynn were giving a foreboding vibe, lurking behind the small Woodstock Hendrix figurine on the counter, and not budging on the trade offer.
Sorry man. Nobody wants a vintage hardtail strat. Also noted, I had had possession of my first (flip style)
and last (never again) phone for about 6 months. I remember taking a picture, by accident, and that pervy Fauci croak it made, and used the image as my phone avatar. It was of a spinning room, so I thought it appropriate.
Then I sold it on ebay with all data intact, including the first and only text (unsolicited) I received pretty much as soon as Wiesenthal died. It said ‘Hi there’.

A few years later a former employer was having similar symptoms and his Md told him to make sure to hydrate abundantly. That is all I know about remedy from this situation.

I remember my dog never left my side when I needed her, and am crushed by remembering how I ducked away for a few moments when she needed me, only to find her awaiting me to return, so she could die as soon as I handled her. In the darkened room the green and red led indicators on the dormant VCR spun round and round
and there she was, glued to my hip and belly area, concerned.

What little I did read about it was grim. Possible brainstem involvement, other ominous signs....so at the very least I would hydrate and make sure you are properly nourished. The police have been taught about recognizing those whose electrolytes are being affected by the change, and will escort you, with an ambulance, firetruck, four squads and eight men strong each one prettier than the next hunk of the freakin month (police are sexy) for evaluation.

I note, too, that vertigo and loss of balance seem to be ‘the new normal’ (as seen on TV) along with poor oxygen assimilation. It’s probably just a small part of the tiny price we must pay for wanting flying trains, self driving trucks and cars, skynet et al. Eventually trashumanist novelty patches will emerge and we will once again be able to feel normal and you know, healthy again. We should strive to be as honest and as transparent as we can and to make sure our ailments are known and noted so that the police can make sure we get the treatment we certainly need during this exciting transition period.

In the meantime....Ayurvedic meds have proven beneficial in more ways than I can state. I would apply
Withania Somnifera (Indian ginseng) at any indication of shock. Include a little pepper for better absorption. It has amazing immunobalance characteristics.

Please remember that whatever Tesla ‘invented’ and has since been militarized with a smiley face,
God already knew about. Pynchon would scoff at this, but I got through mine with faith and prayer, which has grown into a shield of awareness and a tree of life. I am thus able to probe the myriad effects of
the tentacled 2 divided by 3 (subservient to digital) damnable beast at leisure. Prior to this...it was difficult to read official peak oil propanarratives.
Not sure how to explain it there was no
reprieve or remedy in sight. Eventually it went away....

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posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 03:55 PM
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Are any of them wearing masks and is it hot outside where you are?
I always get dizzy in hot weather, couldn't wear a mask as I would faint. However people are less fit since the lockdowns, and if it was hot...you get dizzy.
Could also be a heart problem or a blood circulatory problem.

Maybe that's to what the corvid symptoms have mutated. Like noro virus, really short, you feel dizzy and that's that.
Who knows.

I think the last thing on my list would be some sort of 'rays'.

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posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 04:11 PM
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I think the last thing on my list would be some sort of ‘rays’


You learn fast.

Yeah, the heart and stuff none of that is controlled by nerves....

ETA: This is not to the OP

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posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 06:37 PM
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a reply to: Blue Shift

Get a check up and tell your doctor the symptom's, it could be heart related but don't worry it could be any other number of thing's, best to get it checked out though just in case.

I had similar symptom's and my heart skip's about every fourth beat and I had a choice between pacemaker or beta blockers.



posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 07:52 PM
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a reply to: DictionaryOfExcuses

i have also had the express experience and solid thought that something, something akin to a split in the universe into some other time that brought me here. i’ve been talking about this for 20 years and i’ve traced this to the quantum eraser experiments and finding of how we affect the past more and more and further back more and more based on our intentions combined with CERN and quantum computing. Quantum computers literally, and i said LITERALLY work by taking information from another parallel universe to do calculations impossible to accomplish here with the limited information our universe holds. this isn’t a theory, it’s a fact that we create the present by affecting the future that them changes the past. It’s happening more and more rapidly and expanding out as a cone further and further emu sting from what we think of as 1997. something occurred then and 97 is no longer within this plane and the time and distance back to 97 is no longer 23 yrs. For all purposes it happened only a moment ago and we are repeating the same thing over and over and over with a false memory.
look up D wave quantum computers and how they work. again, NOT in theory but in fact in this place we are now. mandela effect is easily explained with this as well



posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 08:14 PM
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originally posted by: Floridadreamin
I have suffered extreme dizziness, tinnitus and some nausea to the point of passing out for about 3 years. Very dibillitating.
I cannot be up right for long. I always sit in a reclined position. It has just about destroyed my life.

Been hospitalized for it and seen many doctors.

I have read everything on the internet. If anyone has any ideas, I would be so grateful.


I understand , have had tinnitus ringing in my ears on and on for years, then last year came the extreme dizziness and vertigo. When the bouts are at their worst my eyes are spinning, reminds me of being on one of those spinning rides at a carnival. Doctor ran some hearing tests definitely have some loss of hearing in my left ear. Diagnosed as Meneire's right now blood pressure meds have helped but damn I worry about driving they can come on so quickly. I heard about the stents that Phage, mentioned my doctor says that is an option but want to try meds first, it won't totally eliminate it but it helps.

I've had some luck by focusing on one object when I get up and even walking I try not to look side to side focus on one spot. My last bad episode was about 6 weeks ago was shaking some Tabasco on my dinner and damn if it didn't come on like a freight train.



posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 08:40 PM
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Yes. Me too. Just began over the last few months. both times I had a mask on, and both times I had drank too much coffee in the morning, then driven a long distance during the day (in a sitting position for hours with moving visual stimuli).

Both times it passed reasonably soon, within minutes, maybee look for a common denominator...?

I am chalking mine up to heightened stress, caffeine, and masks.


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posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 10:01 PM
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If something triggers your immune system, or causes a release of histamine from your muscles like the switch from burning sugar to burning ketones does, it can trigger symptoms like that. The muscle chemicals are released to dialate the blood vessels and stimulate the release of burnable lipids from cells which can keep the body running by burning ketones. If you are dehydrated, it can lead to dizziness or head spins. That is one possible cause. make sure to stay hydrated so that the body is not in dehydration...electrolytes are important too.

A virus or microbe of any kind can stimulate the increase of blood vessel size also, because nitrous oxide is released as a defense against viruses and bacteria when the immune system detects them. NO2 is effective at killing bacteria, also the body can create sulfide and sulfite chemistry to kill microbes too...but the sulfur based ones do not stimulate the blood vessels to expand usually.

I would call your doctor and ask him what he thinks. Drinking alcohol, a chemical produced by microbes, can trigger dizziness for some people because the immune system thinks that the alcohol is from microbes.



posted on Aug, 11 2020 @ 10:03 PM
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I believe that you're correct. I would have never experience random dizziness and fatigue like I have since I started back at work. Also, when I get home from my 8 hour shift, ( mask worn the whole time) my chest rattles for about a half an hour. I find myself to be tired before noon. When I get home I am exhausted. I'm not usually like this. I have never gotten dizzy and start bumping into the wall in the hallway. This is been very recent. This doesn't appear to be as big of an issue on Saturday and Sunday when I don't work.

originally posted by: nerbot
a reply to: Blue Shift

Take the mask off, you'll be fine.



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