My husband has had debilitating dizziness (spinning room and light-headedness) and muscle weakness for about a year now. In addition, he has had bouts of nausea that pre-date the dizziness. Recently he has been experiencing extreme body temps opposite of the ambient temp, i.e. when it's hot he's freezing and then often overheats. He also suffers from insomnia AND narcolepsy.
He has tested negative for diabetes several times. Most recently he went to a neurologist who ran a battery of tests, including an MRI, and found nothing abnormal. The only conclusive thing that has been found is high blood pressure. His life is upside down - he has been unable to work consistently due to the dizziness, and often loses large chunks of the day due to the narcolepsy and/or muscle weakness. The neurologist was our last best hope. Now we are at a loss. Any suggestions for new leads would be appreciated.
FYI - he is overweight (6'2" and 295 lbs.)
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