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Posted by Joan on September 19, 2000 at 02:08:52:

Hi Sara,

I also checked my ears, which were not the cause of the dizzyness. I begin to believe that I
think I know what triggers it. Dizzyness is often caused by stress. Of caurse It doesn't
seem like we are stressed all day long. Probably there are things in your life you don't like (it
could be little things like being afraid for a meeting, or afraid for showing your emotions to
anyone). These are negative thoughts and they cause (a little) anxiety. This little anxiety
(which is very normal for you, because anyone has it's anxiety's) causes dizzyness with
us. Other people do not experience that, but they are not thinking negative all day.

My story about negative thoughts is hard to believ, expecially when you're dizzy for not so
long time yet. I'm dizzy for 7 years and the first 4 years I thought I had a desease. They told
me that I also was hyperventilating (which can cause dizzyness) which made my afraid,
because I didn't believe I was hyperventilating all day and night (still I don't).
But are there some things/thoughts/problems you think that they might cause your
dizzyness? And do you want to talk about it?

Of caurse I'm not 100% sure that it are negative thoughts, but they are a good start to solve
your problems and I hope our dizzeness.

I'd like to keep in toutch with you!

A lot of luck,
Joan


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