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numb head, foggy, feel like zombie

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  • Posted By: shauna130
  • July 24, 2013
  • 03:34 AM

head has been numb and foggy with a heavy tight feeling. I have problems thinking clearly and often feel like I'm drugged, drunk or hungover or something. My eyes are bright red and have achy neck... It started awhile back but it was on and off, the past three months it has gotten worse and its gotten to the point where I cannot do my class work or work... I cant concentrate or get interested in anything because I cant think straight...sometimes it gets so bad I feel like I dont even know what I'm doing or saying and just feel like a zombie walking around ...I also feel anxious about driving at times cause I fear getting into an accident. I have problems with sleeping and when I do I have strange dreams. Awhile back I had to stay somewhere else and after four or five days it cleared up and I felt fine but once I came back home it all came back after 12 hours. It may be be some sort of allergic reaction that I am having. I cannot go on any longer like this and I may have to find somewhere else to stay if I dont find out whats causing this. I just hope it has something to do with an allergy and its not something more serious...

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  • Check out Candida overgrowth. I had the same foggy head, low energy thing happening and couldn't figure it out until I came across candida. Hope this helps.
    Lazerus 5 Replies
    • October 15, 2013
    • 06:22 PM
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  • I experience some similar symptoms, even the weird vivid dreams. Currently i'm thinking it's either Lyme disease or perhaps some form of gluten intolerance. I've only been experiencing these symptoms for about 1 and 1/2 months though.
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