I'm not on medication for the thyroid. I have this very uncomfortable issue that more resurfaced after trial with a thyroid medicine. When I get under lots of lights, my eyes get very sensitive to bright lights, my eyes dry, I get super dizzy and in some cases so dizzy that I feel I could collapse and faint any moment. Also my legs feel pretty weak. Quite naturally this all happens within seconds of coming in contact with either lots of light or heat - heat needs to be accompanied with humidity. Naturally I get distressed about this all and start having anxiety about it, which only makes things worse. My brain reacts to wrong kind of stimulus or psychological stimulus (stress) within seconds by getting me all anxious and panicky.
This had got already a noticeably better, but has now got worse after a trial with Nature Throid, which went badly with lots of overstimulation and days in bed after 3 days of 1/4 wafer per day. Then I had a bit stressful week with studies last week. I had then two better days, slept one night really badly and was super tired yesterday. Slept very well last night and started having the above described issue today at the shops. I've studied psychology in the past, especially the psychological side of panic, anxiety and this type of issues and my knowledge doesn't support this kind of issues at all. In a healthy person panic takes a lot of repeated fearful thoughts and it doesn't happen within seconds.
I had low cortisol during the last year, but in February my cortisol was back to normal. I have a functional doctor who is specialized in these issues, but she's on a holiday at the moment. This should not be a cortisol or adrenal issue. Has someone had this strong panic and quickly because of thyroid issues?
I do have lots of nerves system symptoms, especially on the neck and head and I think these have something to do with it because all these problems started after me taking vitamin B12 and getting a strong reaction to it.