I've read many posts on here from people that share a variety of symptoms related to anxiety, dizziness, and tension in their neck and shoulders. My post is meant to offer hope, as well as some therapies that have reduced the severity and frequency of my anxiety and constant off balance feelings.
It took me a dozen doctor visits and a deep dive into Google to begin to understand that my main problem causing chronic dizziness was most likely associated with my neck muscles, specifically in my suboccipitals, sternocloidalmastoid, and semispinalis capital.
Physical therapy and a dozen or so daily stretches in my neck and shoulders have Allowed my symptoms to plateau, and even begin to feel better
Chronic bad posture at the computer, and hours of driving have tightened these muscles and essentially began cutting off some blood flow and neurological abilities in my left hand and even up into my head. I would get dizzy often, and even passed out once while sitting in a barber's chair.
So for all of you out there with dizziness and neck tension, look into physical therapy and do some research on neck muscles associated with your balance.
And one final note: much of this has been brought on by years of working a stressful military job that frequently have me anxiety. The psychological aspect of my anxiety has created physical problems, and both issues need to be addressed for me now.
Hope some of you find this useful. And don't forget to relax. Remember to breathe, stay motivated in life, and own the day!