I have 24/7 head pressure, fog, dizziness, and pain. And sometimes it will just be a dull pain. My symptoms get worse at night and I’m always dizzy/off balance. Fullness in ears – I am vaguely dizzy constantly, and also get lightheaded – My eyes are. The noise of the tinnitus is not so much the problem, it’s the strange scary spacey/lightheaded feeling that accompanies it. Dizziness and I can’t concentrate on things in-depth. I’ve read many stories on this and other sites and there is often no answer to the very similar symptoms of Pressure feeling from behind the bridge of nose or forhead region, headaches and light headidness because of this. Constant heavy head (sometimes pressure on the front) funny vision, unstable walking,etc. My Medicine. Heat exhaustion causes intense thirst, heavy sweating, pale, cool, and moist skin, muscle cramps, and more. Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo is usually a temporary condition that affects balance and causes vertigo. Symptoms include ringing in the ears (tinnitus), pressure or fullness in the ears. Symptoms of a head injury vary but include headache, nausea, dizziness, memory problems, confusion, and more.
When this pressure can’t be relieved in the normal manner, the result is ear fullness. Posted over a year ago i have been getting pressure in head for months and it is daily and constant now. Usually it feels like a throbbing sensation, and tightness; as well as, pins and needles, crawling, pulsation of veins, fuzzy, watery, and fullness. A couple of days after i started feeling a constant dull headache. Almost like it’s brain pressure. I’m on week 11 of similar symptoms, except I also have ear fullness and ringing. I’m sick of feeling like I’m mentally floating around with heavy amounts of pressure on my head. Only thing i cant rid myself of is the neck pressure/balance problems.
Nausea and Vomiting: As with headaches, these are non-specific – which means that most people who have nausea and vomiting do NOT have a brain tumor. Feels like a migraine, sometime headache, sometime some sinus infection, sometime I can’t even describe it. It’s not that it was hurting, it was as If I was living with a helmet on my head.a very heavy and tight one. My eyes feel swollen, sometime I feel some pressure around the nose – a nasal thing I guess. I’ve had chronic head pressure, random ear pain, tinnitus, sometimes heart pain, loss of balance since February. The second problem is the head pressure and these weird feelings in my head. Had all the tests, brain scan, sinus exam and like you, hearing and balance tests, eye tests and other stuff that I can’t remember because this is so hard to cope with that my concentration and memory is affected when it’s bad. Done all the tests, and the only thing I am told is that it could be migraines.
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Since that time I have had daily head pressure and tinnitus. No pain, just a heavy and tight feeling from my eyebrows, temples to the back of my head. Since I have never had headaches, sinus or allergies, this pressure all over my head is getting old fast. The fatigue, balance problems, pressure in head is gone, although I still get pain in right back of head when sleeping and still get stopped up. I have to literally make myself move and do things at times. I had chest pains with no cough and heaviness feeling in chest, sinuses were swollen with little mucas, ears were stuffy on and off (like they were popping due to air pressure) irregular heart beat especially at night, biggest problem was dizziness and innability to focus most of the day, occassional vision blurriness associated with the dizziness, headache on top of head, and dull pain in left groin area. The vestibular labyrinth is your organ of balance in the inner ear that has many canals including: the semicircular canals; the utricle; and the saccule, that are filled with fluid and fine, hair-like structures that sense and monitor all movements of your head. Other signs and symptoms include the feeling of fullness in your ear, buzzing or ringing in your ear (tinnitus), and fluctuating hearing loss. Experiencing dizziness while driving a car or operating heavy machinery can increase the likelihood of an accident. Chiari 1 Malformation can cause a variety of symptoms, including headaches, dizziness, blurred vision, neck pain, nausea and more. It usually begins at the back of the head and radiates behind one or both eyes, to the top of the head or to the temples. The headache is often described as a pressure sensation but can be heavy, sharp or stabbing. A sensation of spinning (vertigo), ringing in the ears (tinnitus), poor balance (disequilibrium) and decrease or loss of hearing may also occur. In addition to daily headaches, Murray M. also had problems with daily neck pain, ringing in her ears, jaw tightness, tooth clenching and dizziness. The head pain was pressure-like in quality, and she also described intermittent sharp, shooting pain throughout her head. She awakened six days a week with a dull throbbing pain in her forehead. Symptom Checker: Face, Head, Eyes, Ears, Mouth: Health Conditions Which Affect Women, Pictures, Signs Of Disease And Causes. May also be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, problems with balance and vision as well as numbness, weakness or seizures. Also ringing in the ears, loss of hearing, nausea or vomiting.
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Severe Chronic Headaches Fever and Nausea Constant Head-aches. Arsenic exposure caused neurology problems. Lately, I have been having a very dull headache, right in the middle of my forehead or in my temples, and this has been happening for about 2-3 weeks. I’ve had This weird out-of-balance feeling since sometime. It’s just awful. But the ringing ears is most difficult right now along with the nausea, lightheadedness. I gety the head and sinus pressure thing, like a week before my cycle! M.E. is not medically unexplained or untestable and is not the same thing as the wastebasket disease category of ‘CFS’ (or ‘ME/CFS’). Ears: earache, recurring ear infections, dizziness, tinnitus, imbalance. Other symptoms are non-specific: morning headaches, trouble concentrating, irritability, forgetfulness, mood or behavior changes, decreased sex drive, increased heart rate, anxiety, depression, increased frequency of urination, bed wetting, esophageal reflux and heavy sweating at night. Other symptoms are non-specific: morning headaches, trouble concentrating, irritability, forgetfulness, mood or behavior changes, decreased sex drive, increased heart rate, anxiety, depression, increased frequency of urination, bed wetting, esophageal reflux and heavy sweating at night. Often the pain is sharp, though it can also feel like a dull, gnawing pain. Tension-type headache is characterized by generalized pressure or a sensation of tightness in the head.
I had stopped drinking heavy and eating anything spicy or lifting heavy weights but I started to feel back to normal during the holidays and started drinking again a little and lifting heavy weights. AT night I would keep hearing my ears ringing and experience tinnitus. He also said the pressure pain in my neck and head was not related to my Gastritis/Esophagitis. The first three days of taking these antibiotics was great and all of my heartburn, gas bloat and headaches and dull neck pains went away. You might want to include such things as (where applicable): – How your condition started – Any precursors that might have been related (ie. Tinnitus and cracking/popping ears, right ear is worst. I would have periods of migraines, vertigo, or both for the next few years. Tightness of foreheadParesthesia in hands and feetFatigue. Since this attack I still suffer from imbalance, head pressure, and occasional unfocused/blurry vision (I’ve noticed these hit me if I sleep in longer than normal I have woken up with blurred vision, which has taken a few minutes to refocus back to normal). That’s what it sounds like inside my head. It’s more of a sound thing than a feel thing. I read your post about your ear problems, how are you feeling now? Headaches, dizziness, nasuea, balance, etc. Hi I wonder if any one can help, eleven weeks ago I had a blocked salver gland in my mouth which has now cleared up, yet both ears are still blocked, also nose there is a tenderness tightness, and a pulling feeling down the left side of my neck which feels like I am being strangled this is the only way I can explain it.