Does anybody else feel dizzy when walking?
Almost like you've had a drink!? Just dizzy in the head/eyes sort of feeling - if that makes sense. I don't get it any other time, only when walking outside. Didn't know if it was a thyroid thing, or just me!!
Lots of us get the same. I have very bad balance problems some days, slightest nudge and I can fall over
Yes, I did. Very dizzy, clumsy, tripping over, bumping into things.
Yes, very dizzy. Sometimes feels like I'm on a boat at sea.
Yes dreadful, now to the point I am reticent to go up escalators. Due to go to London soon and all I can think about is the Kings Cross escalators
Try facing the wall instead of looking up or down.
Thanks for the advice Clutter. Will give a go. Nothing ventured etc.
There are lifts at Kings Cross. I have to use the underground at times with changes of station. I have worked out a route for me using mainly lifts as I have a vertigo problem.
Yes, really bad some days, escalators are a no-no for me now, am sure I'm going to topple but It's good to know It's not just me!
There must be some lifts at Kings Cross surely?
Yes, to be honest I hadn't even thought of that, so thank you. I just hate that I am dreading something so simple. I hate to be beaten.
You are certainly not alone, unfortunately.
Hallelujah you don't know how good it is to read this I thought I was going insane falling over forgetting what I was doing half the time thought I had dementia lol
can be a sign of agoraphobia or panic attacks try concentrating on your breathing and stay calm- may help
Yep, me too. Vertiginous, wobbly, sometimes don't lift my foot as high as I think I am and trip, woozy, the works.
Yes - sometimes I went dizzy turning over in bed. My husband began having strange inexplicable vertigo-like attacks, feeling he was going to pass out. He went on NDT and they seemed to stop. He lowered the dose for about a week and they came back - we are monitoring - it was very worrying - he was very concerned that it was going to happen when he was driving. XX
Yes. complete I've become a complete clutz!
Seriously surprised I've not done myself a serious injury! Not just a thyroid thing - also linked to meds for other conditions as well.
Wishing you a less stressful time of it and better health
Hi, Sip1 and All,
Yes i get the same i wake up as though i have a foggy head and have been drinking and i havent, i feel very wobbly to be honest when i was on steroids that feeling totally disappeared but now im not on them yes its all come back
I too wish us all better health
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