I have for many years had bouts of short dizzyness. The bout is often triggered by thinking and usually it may be a devious thought or some type of mis adventure.
If I suffer from the flu or feeling unwell I usually find it quite difficult to keep my balance.
I have sustained a head injury as a child when I fell off a horse. At that time we lived remote, and as it just bled a lot I did not have any hospitalisation.
I also suffer from acute hearing and can listen to several conversations at once. I find myself often asking people to speak quieter.
I was diagnosed with "syndrome x" some time ago when a beesting near killed me. The corrected vision in my right eye cannot be corrected properly and always remains slightly out of focus. One of my eyes I think my right, at one time went from corrected vision to perfect and then went back to corrected over a period of about a year. This absolutely mystified even a professor and to this day remains undiagnosed. I do suffer with high insulin relative to how much carbohydrates I eat.
I have had upper stomach pain on and off for some years which on a full stomach gives me debilatating pain in my chest, jaw, teeth, but seems to be resolvable by drinking lots of water?
Many years ago, I was driving past a farmer spraying his paddock and smelt a odour that can be described sort of like paint. I was very sick for a week.
I love life and I guess these things can be just challenges, always remembering there are many more people out there with much greater challenges than me.
It would be nice to have some answers though ????
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