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Head rushes and euphoria

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • February 10, 2007
  • 02:58 AM

Hi there, just a quick question for something thats been bothering me recently. Starting just before xmas, I began to get infrequent head rushes as I guess they would be described.
They have always happened when I have been sat doing nothing but talking to friends, on my computer etc. Essentially it will begin with just a feeling that something is out of place, and within 30 seconds it will become a full blown, euphoric head rush that I have to lie down to get through. Recently they have been getting more frequent, coming up in phases to one a day, and they also now leave me with a headache after theyve passed. Also I get false memories with them sometimes, remembering little things that never happened...
Just thought I had better post to see if any of you guys had any ideas as to what they were, and if it would be worth signing up to a doctor and getting it seen.

Thanks in advance,
Jon

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  • Have you done any "out of body" work??? This may sound bizarre to you if you are not familiar with the topis- but here goes;:rolleyes: Sometimes, beings can get out of body and not quite back in it properly. This is called "mis aligned" or "not fully in the physical body". Do you do any ASTRAL TRAVEL? Either when you are asleep or maybe even awake (in a day-dream like state)?? If you have a feeling of vagueness or dizziness and "floating", this may be what has happened. This is not a joke!!! Find an Energy Therapist or Healer or even an old-school CHINESE acupuncturist and they can rebalance you QI or lifeforce, whatever you wish to call it. You can "ask for" what is going on and maybe, in your sleep or an insightfull minute--you may get your answer!!! But you must ASK!!! Whether you have a Higher Power, Angels, Guides, whatever--ASK. White Light n Clarity~~
    1111healer 106 Replies
    • February 10, 2007
    • 11:20 PM
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  • I am not knocking metaphysical explanations- maybe your psychic abilities are coming out. I don't doubt it. I would check your blood pressure, blood sugar, heart,see if you are drinking enough water, etc. You can have crazy vivid dreams while you are sick in bed with a cold, and a health condition is no different. If you are the picture of health, then maybe you are a blossoming medium.
    pumibel 42 Replies
    • February 14, 2007
    • 07:26 PM
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  • I have been dizzy and have mild head rushes for 8 months. I am always in a dizzy state...sometimes more and sometimes less. I had an MRI which shows chronic microvascular disease...or...not enough blood flow to part of my brain. Prognosis...it will stay the same...get better in time... or get worse. I am on disability...can't work. Stress makes it more acute. I take blood pressure meds, wellbutren, baby aspirin, cholestrol meds and adderall which helps me focus and gives me energy. I don't smoke and cutting out caffine helps control dizziness also. Learning to distract my brain and keep busy helps me. I prefer not to go places alone. Being with another person grounds me...if I'm alone I feel like a balloon that someone let go of...floating away. I have to go on an airplane and my doctor gave me some patches that you wear behind the ear to control motion sickness.
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  • You need to go to a doctor and have a full work-up, including all the usual blood tests and an EEG and EKG, head CT and maybe MRI. Do you take medications? Ever done LSD? Family history of any seizure disorder? There are many different types of seizures and you could be having them. You said you had to lay down, is this because you became dizzy? Are you sure it's not actually syncope or near syncope (passing out or almost passing out)? Do you get short of breath, heart palpitations? Do you have any chronic conditions? I don't expect you to answer all these questions, but maybe some of those will point you in the right direction.Really, it could be a ton of things. I know this is the most annoying advice to get on a forum like this, but you need to go to the doctor.
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  • i have been experiencing this weird feeling
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  • i have been experiencing this weird feeling for a few years now. basically it is movement induced, and i have been getting waves of outer body experiences and disorientation, its very quick and over soon but it usually makes me feel really scared. also sometimes i will just stay in this weird state for maybe an hour or so, where i feel kind of like im on drugs when im not, all floaty, everything looks kind of different and i just feel really really detatched from my body. when i say everything looks different, everything still looks exactly as it is, im not hallucinating, but it just feels different, almost as if all the angles of everything arent as they should be. then basically when im doing anything that involves movement, thats when i get the out of body feeling. its quite difficult to describe but every movement that i do, it takes my body a second longer than usual to work out where i am, where im facing or even that im in a body! it actually used to be really bad, like when i was in a club dancing (because thats movement) it would majorly make it happen and i would just have to go home because it scared me so much. i think that it started because of weed, as in it used to happen when i had been smoking too much that week, so i would have a long break and then start again and it seemed to return every so often. i have given up now because it actually started happening even when i wasnt stoned and had not even had a spliff in a week or so. although it doesnt happen a lot any more it is still definatly happening sometimes and i would like to know of it could be the signs of something serious. also just to say..i did not actually smoke that much weed.
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  • i have been experiencing this weird feeling for a few years now. basically it is movement induced, and i have been getting waves of outer body experiences and disorientation, its very quick and over soon but it usually makes me feel really scared. also sometimes i will just stay in this weird state for maybe an hour or so, where i feel kind of like im on drugs when im not, all floaty, everything looks kind of different and i just feel really really detatched from my body. when i say everything looks different, everything still looks exactly as it is, im not hallucinating, but it just feels different, almost as if all the angles of everything arent as they should be. then basically when im doing anything that involves movement, thats when i get the out of body feeling. its quite difficult to describe but every movement that i do, it takes my body a second longer than usual to work out where i am, where im facing or even that im in a body! it actually used to be really bad, like when i was in a club dancing (because thats movement) it would majorly make it happen and i would just have to go home because it scared me so much. i think that it started because of weed, as in it used to happen when i had been smoking too much that week, so i would have a long break and then start again and it seemed to return every so often. i have given up now because it actually started happening even when i wasnt stoned and had not even had a spliff in a week or so. although it doesnt happen a lot any more it is still definatly happening sometimes and i would like to know of it could be the signs of something serious. also just to say..i did not actually smoke that much weed.Ele, Everything you described also has happened to me alot. I was so scared I got a catscan. I now believe it to be anxiety attacks. I get vertigo from either an unbalance in the inner ear or all the stress I carry in my neck(according to the physical therapist I saw) I believe the fear I got from those on top of so much I hold in and not speak of gave me panic attacks.It still happens but not near as much.Mind over matter and prayers is gettin me through.Ps. doubt it was the weed. lol
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  • Hi,I have had head rushes for a few years now. I never really thought anything of it, just thought i was getting up to fast.....But a few months ago, I had one so bad I just fainted and my friend said that I was shaking like I was having a seizure....one second I was awake looking and my friend mallory, the next she is screaming at me to wake up...kinda scaryHasnt really happened since, but I still get the little ones from time to time....I dono think i should see a doctor?Tom
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    • October 8, 2008
    • 00:56 PM
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  • Hi there, just a quick question for something thats been bothering me recently. Starting just before xmas, I began to get infrequent head rushes as I guess they would be described. They have always happened when I have been sat doing nothing but talking to friends, on my computer etc. Essentially it will begin with just a feeling that something is out of place, and within 30 seconds it will become a full blown, euphoric head rush that I have to lie down to get through. Recently they have been getting more frequent, coming up in phases to one a day, and they also now leave me with a headache after theyve passed. Also I get false memories with them sometimes, remembering little things that never happened...Just thought I had better post to see if any of you guys had any ideas as to what they were, and if it would be worth signing up to a doctor and getting it seen.Thanks in advance,JonI get the exact same thing, I'm sitting down it could be anywhere and all of a sudden I get this sensation. It seems to hit when I'm inhaling (normal breathing). I get this massive head rush and things seem weird and different like something is wrong, then I get a sense of something in my head like a memory but I know its not real. I have to sit with my eyes closed and not speak to anyone, after a minute or two its gone. Its extremely irregular, sometimes it happens a few times a day, then it mightn't happen for a few weeks and then it happens again. Any thoughts would be appreciated.Dónal
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    • September 11, 2010
    • 03:16 PM
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  • i have been experiencing this weird feeling for a few years now. basically it is movement induced, and i have been getting waves of outer body experiences and disorientation, its very quick and over soon but it usually makes me feel really scared. also sometimes i will just stay in this weird state for maybe an hour or so, where i feel kind of like im on drugs when im not, all floaty, everything looks kind of different and i just feel really really detatched from my body. when i say everything looks different, everything still looks exactly as it is, im not hallucinating, but it just feels different, almost as if all the angles of everything arent as they should be. then basically when im doing anything that involves movement, thats when i get the out of body feeling. its quite difficult to describe but every movement that i do, it takes my body a second longer than usual to work out where i am, where im facing or even that im in a body! it actually used to be really bad, like when i was in a club dancing (because thats movement) it would majorly make it happen and i would just have to go home because it scared me so much. i think that it started because of weed, as in it used to happen when i had been smoking too much that week, so i would have a long break and then start again and it seemed to return every so often. i have given up now because it actually started happening even when i wasnt stoned and had not even had a spliff in a week or so. although it doesnt happen a lot any more it is still definatly happening sometimes and i would like to know of it could be the signs of something serious. also just to say..i did not actually smoke that much weed.Well, great work! You have helped me to improve my knowledge about this field. Thank you so much for sharing.Watch Alpha And Omega Online Free
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    • September 14, 2010
    • 02:28 AM
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  • Hi there, just a quick question for something thats been bothering me recently. Starting just before xmas, I began to get infrequent head rushes as I guess they would be described. They have always happened when I have been sat doing nothing but talking to friends, on my computer etc. Essentially it will begin with just a feeling that something is out of place, and within 30 seconds it will become a full blown, euphoric head rush that I have to lie down to get through. Recently they have been getting more frequent, coming up in phases to one a day, and they also now leave me with a headache after theyve passed. Also I get false memories with them sometimes, remembering little things that never happened...Just thought I had better post to see if any of you guys had any ideas as to what they were, and if it would be worth signing up to a doctor and getting it seen.Thanks in advance,JonI was wondering if you ever got a diagnosis for this? I have exactly what you described. The doctor isn't being very helpful.I was just wondering if you ever got a diagnoses for this? What you described is exactly what I have too. The doctor isn't being very helpful.
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  • I get the exact same thing, I'm sitting down it could be anywhere and all of a sudden I get this sensation. It seems to hit when I'm inhaling (normal breathing). I get this massive head rush and things seem weird and different like something is wrong, then I get a sense of something in my head like a memory but I know its not real. I have to sit with my eyes closed and not speak to anyone, after a minute or two its gone. Its extremely irregular, sometimes it happens a few times a day, then it mightn't happen for a few weeks and then it happens again. Any thoughts would be appreciated.DónalI am experiencing all of these symptoms and more and i am dealing with it as i type this at this moment. Over the last few years, dizziness upon standing, or just moving my neck or bending to fast a certain way has slowly caused more and more frequent head rushes, about 4 month ago i stood up and it hit me so hard i fell straight to the floor, limp and lifeless like a doll from what my friend described, all i remember is a severe head rush coming on, trying to grab onto a corner on the wall and collapsing, i never fainted , and thats what scary, i literally fell the floor with my eyes wide open and all i could do is just stare at the floor unable to move or even think, after about 30 sec i started coming out of it, like my leg fell asleep and was waking up, except it was my entire body and brain. i havent had any rememberable incidents up until last night , me and a few friends were sitting around watching the tv and i started getting a dull throbbing headache on the back right of my head, within 10 seconds the throbbing was so bad i couldnt do anything but squeeze my eyes and grab my head, i took 3 ibuprofen and sat the headache out until the pills started slowly kicking in, casting the idea of as if it was jsut a migraine. 6 hours later, my headache began to creep back slowly and i got up to get 2 more ibuprofens. this time the pain was in the forhead, temple, center top of head, and along with the pain, tingling all over my scalp, my finger tips. not a tingling feeling like my hands asleep, it felt like they were half dead. before i could even stand up completely it hit me so bad i fell to the floor and went to fetal position. tears were pouring out of my eyes as i struggled to even open them through the pain, it lightened up a tiny bit after a few min, enough for me to get up and sit on the couch, my friends were scared for me. within a few minutes, i was sweating so bad my clothes were soaked. having sweating so much i started chugging ice water, in hopes to cool me off a little and mabye relieve the pain. within minutes i was throwing anything i ate or drank up, POURING sweat while im doing it, and the WIERD THING IS everytime i puked, the head rushes, throbbing, and other symptoms i was experiencing would completely go away for 15-30 min, and i feel GREAT, like nothing had been happening, but in a lil time, they come back. mainly my feet and hands have been sweating alot. that was last night and almost 24 hours later, im literally sitting herer on the couch on the laptop getting waves of slight dizziness. just rolling my neck back n forth a few times is causing waves of dizzy pain, like a throbbing migraine. PLEASE I AM SCARED. i already have very bad nerves from birth and i have a history of panic attacks, i just want to know what i might be possibly going through, i have no health insurance and cant afford to pay a doctor. help please someone
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