Hi everybody. Sorry, but this will be a LONG post, actually I'll split it to make it more readable.
Basic details: Male, 21 years, history of being underweight (still a bit) and having anxiety.
The short story:
I can't tolerate any kind of motion, whatsoever. I'm not talking about roller coaster rides here, I'm talking about things like WALKING (especially outside), watching TV, reading (unless the book is PERFECTLY still). I get nauseous from the TINIEST motion imaginable, even when the water in my glass moves while I'm eating lunch, or not having the door to my room closed - since I'd see my parents sitting (not perfectly still) in the couch! ANY motion will do, a few seconds of TV is all it takes, especially if the camera is moving.
I just can't stand this anymore. My "life" is so extremely far from normal that I can literally not imagine going home to (or even meet, at home) a friend! Needless to say, this is ridiculous, however I assure you that I'm NOT exaggerating even a tiny bit - I wish I was! :(
To be crystal clear: I haven't been outside the apartment, AT ALL, for many months, and I'm sick of it! I want a normal life! ***l, I'd be happy if I could watch frickin' TV, I'm soooo bored!
Now, that's not my only symptom, but by FAR the worst and most limiting. Here are most of the...
The motion intolerance!
Tired, tired, tired. Decent amount of sleep (8-10 hours) but always tired.
Slightly low blood pressure at times, but especially when standing up (even from sitting position). I stand up from bed VERY slowly, or else I feel extremely dizzy and get "blind" for a few seconds. Even when doing it slooooowly I feel (more than usual) dizzy/nauseous.
Can't tolerate stress, or anything remotely similar. If somebody asks me to do ANYTHING that isn't lying on the bed, I feel worse.
Can't relax, either. I never ever feel truly calm. Not in the morning, not during the day, not when I go to sleep.
Depression, and anxiety. I'm pretty sure the depression is mostly caused by my lack of a life, rather than anything else. The anxiety has been there for a long time, though.
I'm cold. Always wear extra socks, low body temperature now and then (not extremely low though, but 36.5C/97.7F late afternoon, usually 37C/98.6F though. Runny nose, and cold hands too.
Usually a quite high resting pulse, 80-85 most of the time. I haven't counted it below 75-80 even once lately.
Easily frightened, i.e. sudden sounds and such.
Dry/chapped lips, at least the bottom one.
Horrible breath in the morning. I don't have anyone to compare with but I'm pretty sure it's worse than "normal".
Dark/purple circles under my eyes, always.
Shaky, at least sometimes. Tense, I guess. If I lay down on my bed, and try to relax, my teeth will be shaking slightly. Not really noticeable unless I'm on the bed, but annoying nonetheless.
Some kind of acid reflux, or similar. No burning (ever), but rather a disgusting feeling in the back of my throat and/or stomach. Big meals (well, any meal really) makes it worse.
Headaches. Not sure exactly what to call it, migraines perhaps. It's not really that painful, just a very annoying "feeling" accompanied by some "special" form of nausea, that I usually refer to as "headache nausea". Hard to explain, but I suppose mentioning it won't hurt. Might be some form of sinus headache; it often hurts "behind" my eyes, or "in" my eyes.
Slowly losing weight (despite being underweight) - this is most likely not really a symptom, but rather is caused by my bad appetite, which IS a symptom
This will sound weird, but I sometimes see my own nose. Just a big blur of course, but once I notice it, it's very annoying. This is usually accompanied by the headache thing.
I think my vision's getting worse, too. In fact, I've wondered if the vision problem is what causes the dizziness thing. Seems partially doubtful since closing my eyes doesn't seem to help at all.
Some stomach problems, too. Mostly well-formed but I'm a bit too regular, 2-4 times a day, and diarrhea now and then (3 times a week?). Sometimes floating stools. Sorry for the TMI.
Hypoglycemic periods, I think. I can't prove it, so to speak, but it feels like it. It often takes a long time to feel relief even after eating, sometimes there is no change for 30-40 minutes before it starts getting better.
Often hungry. I don't really feel like eating, but I do feel hunger, sometimes even just after eating. In other words, my stomach feels empty, but I have no desire to eat.
Irritable, now and then. I snap or no reason at all - things like dad bumping into my chair makes me yell a few times a week.
Some very minor bleeding in my right eye at times. I'm not sure "bleeding" is the right word for it, a few capillaries are red.
Now and then, perhaps a few times a month, I get a loud high-frequency beep in my ear. It fades out on its own within the minute. I have no idea what this is, or if it's even worth noting.
All these symptoms are day-long, 24/7, unless otherwise stated (such as the morning breath). Some are most likely not symptoms of the disease itself, but rather symptoms of me not exercising whatsoever. ALL of them can't be because of that, though, because I stopped going outside etc as I progressively got more sick, not the other way around.
Phu, that wasn't short. Nor am I done yet. Obviously, I'm very thankful for ANY replies, so if you really can't bother to read it all, please answer anyway if you have something that might be useful for me!
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