Originally Posted by bitar
Anyone has this??
It's possible you could have something that's not related to CFS. Many years ago I experienced "spinning" and I found out later that it was caused by dehydration. I have always had blood pressure a little on the low side and dehydration would bring it lower. Low is good, up to a point. When everything starts spinning, that's when I know it has gone too low.
The worst time was after I took an aspirin and took a nap. I woke up to everything spinning. I figure the asprin contributed to my blood pressure going extra low. After that bad experience, I haven't taken an aspirin in over 40 years. And it's been decades since I have experienced any severe spinning because I always make sure to drink plenty of water.