Hi there and thank you. In 2005 I was in a head on collision. Since the accident I woke nauseated and not quite awake or balanced and very cautious. Falling asleep in a chair over Christmas I noticed my nausea was relieved about 75% so I adopted that elevation to my bed and have relieved my nausea about 50% over all. Nausea controlled about as good as I can at 35 to 50% is an excellent relief. Unfortunately along with nausea my dizziness persists until I fairly suddenly snap out of it within one and a half and two hours every morning after waking up, although sleeping elevated has improved both my nausea and dizziness about equally. It's not in any specific order or together that I improve it is at random, which hey I'll take it. SNEEZING, gets mixed in with these changes I have experienced at random only 5 to 10 days a month. My sneezing is a tickle that is sensitive unstoppable which suffocates me for air until I'm able to somehow stop the sensitivity and stop the sneezes. I see stars and can no way make a move until I stop sneezing. Another symptom I see is my ankles and feet turn very red and darker while I make my first bladder empty in the AM. Then after about two hours after I wake up in the morning I feel like I did when I woke up before the. Yes I've seen great doctors at Northwestern in Illinois, and other specialists at the best of the best Brain, Ortho, Ph.C.,, phis therapy, and my surgery's. Doctors and Nurses have helped me in all kinds of ways. Without the help from all of the professional MDs and MNs I don't think I could have learned I can feel good for 8 10 hours a day on a good day. Pace, Your body and mind. Any suggestions?View Thread
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