I began reading all these posts regarding dizziness and head pressure tonight and have been very enlightend! My symptoms started about 3 years ago w/ the constant dizziness and chronic fatigue. In the past year, I have had severe head pressure and am now expieriencing memory loss. I am spinning all of the time, I feel like I have static in my head 24/7 and my memory is going rapidly. I have a hard time remember what I did the day before and I really have to think hard about it. I have a hard time talking to people b/c I can't focus on them and my vision is sreally foggy. My symptoms are at their worst in the afternoon. I found the previous post extremly enlightning. I have wondered if its diet related for some time and have just began researching gluten. I am going to go gluten and dairy free as soon as I feel ready and get all the information together. I pray this is the answer to my healing my symptoms as I feel like my life on this earth is limited and I'm only 33. I am thankful to hear that I am not alone as I too have been to many doctors and have spent thousands of dollars trying to figure out what is wrong w/ me. I do believe at this point my body is rejecting what I am feeding it and am open and excited to change my eating habits. With God's help, I will get better!View Thread
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