On May 10th of 2017 I was in a major car accident for the first time. A car came from my right side and hit me strong. I whacked my head on the steering wheels and the widow. My head hurt so bad. I blacked out for like 10 minutes. I went to the emergency and too a cat scan and everything looked fine. My horrible journey begins now. After the accident I couldn’t talk right at first , I felt like I was in slow motion. Then I went to the chiropractor for a few weeks but then I got this weird pressure in my ear but I ignored it. I stopped going to the chiropractor because all of a sudden I couldn’t sleep. I began to have bad insomnia and heavy anxiety and panic attacks. The insomnia was really bad so bad it mad me want to kill my self and hauloscenate. I would only sleep for like 45 minutes a day for weeks. I felt horrible. The struggling was unbearable. I must of went to the hospital 50 times in the past 9 months. I got a clinical psychologist and started talking to him . It helps in a way just to tell someone who may understand ur symptoms. I was and still are as mess . I have been now experiencing for the past month severe head pain and dizziness which triggers my anxiety and panic attacks. I have seen a neurologist and had a mri with intravenous done which came back I have tightened vessels in the brain but she is not sure if I was born that way so now on February 2 2018 I go for a lumbar puncture. This is suppose to show my brain pressure. The term which I have is tranverse stenosis. I am in constant pain in my head, dizziness is serious and my Insomnia is still here but is better than the first few months after the accident but my anxiety and panic attacks are crazy at time.. please if anyone has gone threw a similar situation please I would love to here about it or if anyone has any advice of me please. I haven’t worked in 8 months and I’m a single mother with three kids .. please help.. so scared .. I am on no meds because the up coming procedure and have took anything even after the accident, I did gain 58 lbs since the accident though. Thank you for listening.