Hello - No problems with flashing lights nor with noise, other than I have never liked such things, but since my injury and the prescribed medication (for so-called 'epilepsy', a diagnosis finally revisited and confirmed a mis-diagnosis), I do have a problem bending over, and specifically when I turn to lie on my bed, on my back. I feel as if I am going to 'fall off the planet', and clutch - irrationally - my bed. Of course I am not going to fall. I often feel like I'm walking on stilts, on very figh heels, or on balls. No pain, fatigue - just a distress of loss of bodily equilibrium. No seizures - just a sense that my control of my physical space might be compromised. Has been, since, 'diagnosed' as vestibular damage due to the bang 2.5 years ago. Was in a 'coma' 8 wks thereafter, leaving whatever damage to be corrected, dormant. Have since then removed self from wheelchair, walker, now do indoor cycling 2hrs daily, make myself walk in my passages; but still have trouble turning/lying on back and sometimes bending over. Am seeing a 'neuro-physiotherapist' twice a week - it definitely helps both gait and with confidence (just knowing that the problem is resolveable). Used to do road bicycling, driving, gardening, all the time. It is almost unbearably frustrating. But there is light. Anyone else have this what I consider to be an almost 'gratuitous mess', or like me, feel that they are being lazy and in some incongruous way self-indulgent? There is nothing to do with self-indulgence, I know that well. It is just a difficault run of and with inappropriate gauntlets.