Wow, It's both exciting and discouraging to read about this...I got on line to see if I could find a solution. A few months ago I had such a bad Vertigo attack they thought I was having a stroke. When I went to the specialist, he said my symptoms did not line up with classic vertigo and there was more going on..and listed all the possibilities...Fibro was not one of them, but I can tell you I've been sore to the touch for years. The specialist wanted to put me through a lot of tests..I decided to go to my chiropractor first and found that I am getting some relief from that therapy. It goes up and down, and my ears always feel clogged. Today, more dizziness, last night spinning in my bed, so I closed my eyes and waited. Some days seem more normal, others, scary...I can feel when something is about to happen, I go still...thinking it will help. My chiropractor and the specialist both say it can be related to the nerves in the neck , shoulder and spinal area...so far after an adjustment designed for Vertigo, I get some help. I do see it related to stress, but haven't started taking anything except the Meclazine for the dizziness and stomach. A heat pack does help some around the neck and shoulders, where I carry my stress..the bad attack happened as I was moving from going through a divorce...so it was pretty stressful..good to know I'm not alone, sad to know there is no clear answer. I have also read that allergies can affect this, that it's good to stay really hydrated, and eat clean, stay away from high sodium foods, etc. The barometer can affect this as well. I have lower energy, and find that I can work and rest, but not a lot more like I used to. Thanks for sharing your experiences.View Thread
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