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Help every time I turn my head I feel a weird unexplainable sensation

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Hi new friend. It could possibly be a cervical disc issue.Always best to see your doctor and have it evaluated.

Are you under a lot of stress ?

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ymeanmyheart in reply to Agora1

I have been can a cervical disc cause weird head sensations

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ymeanmyheart in reply to Agora1

I have had a ct scan an 9 X-rays on my neck it was a lot worse but after I started a new medicine it calm down but still there

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Agora1 in reply to ymeanmyheart

I'm sorry to hear that the pain continues.I have disc problems myself from a whiplash that I got years ago.

I use heat when the muscles get tense and tight. It helps calm it

down. :) xx

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Tonyhope in reply to Agora1

Hello agora1. I have a question. Have you ever worked or are you working in the medical field?

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Agora1 in reply to Tonyhope

All my life. From nurse's aide to doctor assistant to Paramedic. Are you in the medical field as well? :) xx

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Tonyhope in reply to Agora1

No im not. It's through my anxiety journey, I have learned a lot about the mind an human body. It's just your replies to the anxiety community has lead me to asked that question. It's seems like the anxiety pandemic is getting worse than I have ever seen, what do you thinks is going on?

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Tonyhope in reply to Tonyhope

And also how to I delete my old replies?

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Agora1 in reply to Tonyhope

Hi Tonyhope, There is no two ways about it that the Pandemic and the state of affairs in the world have made everyone more anxious and on alert.

Long gone are the days of families enjoying times together w/o worrying about

the virus, money issues and tragic instances.

You are so right Tony in that the Mind/Body Connection is now always on

high alert. The anxious state of the person suffering from anxiety has now spilled

over onto the general population (including our youngsters which is sad)

We must try to do the best we can in keeping Safe.

If anything, most of us have had years of practice with anxiety.

I feel sad for the new generation of anxiety ridden people.

Keep practicing your meditation and breathing. The more you do this the better

equipped you will be when facing anxious moments. Breathe :) xx

Hi. It could be head zaps. Look them up, there are a few names.

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ymeanmyheart in reply to Moose24

I truly think that’s what it is cause it only happens with head movement

They’re harmless so please don’t worry. By all means, tell your doctor because I know how horrible they are. It usually happens to me if I’ve forgotten to take a dose of antidepressants or I change them. I’ve got them now and I don’t know why. Every time that I look left, I get zapped! It’s something to do with your neurons being fired up. Antidepressants make them sleep and the zaps are them awakening. I know how horrendous they are and how it’s difficult to describe them. Sadly, I’ve not found a cure. Best wishes xx

See an ENT doctor!

I am having these at the moment- I think because I’m withdrawing from one med to start a new kind - they are scary and whilst not painful I’m finding them exhausting x

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