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Old 03-26-2006, 01:25 PM   #1
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Another dizziness question.....

Hi all,

There was a post earlier about dizziness and a lot of peole replied about how their dizziness felt. My dizziness is a spacey/disconnected feeling 24/7--I feel disoriented all of the time. Anyways, yes, I do have TMJ, havent seen a specialist for it yet--my ENT doc says I have a horrible case of it (I dont think its that bad), anyways, with this dizziness feeling does anyone else have trouble concentrating, focusing, get confused easy, and have memory problems? I could be on my own on this one...I know it sounds weird, but does anyone else have this?

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Old 03-27-2006, 10:34 AM   #2
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Re: Another dizziness question.....

Oh yes, along with the dizziness, poor balance and many other wonderful pains/aches, the lack of concentration, fuzzy minded goes along with this.
My dentist says that surgery isn't a good option because most of the time, besides being painful, doesn't work for alot of people

Keep me posted on how you are doing.

 
Old 03-27-2006, 02:42 PM   #3
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Re: Another dizziness question.....

Yep i feel the same way you do all the time, it's very frustrating

 
Old 03-27-2006, 04:26 PM   #4
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Re: Another dizziness question.....

I get a little spacey every now and then. For a while the dizziness wasn't as much of a problem. I think that anxiety certainly makes it worse. I've been trying to chill out a little bit and it seems to help a bit now that I don't dwell on it as much.

I went to the dentist today but didn't really get many answers yet. I have a terrible bite though-way off and I need orthodontic work done because my teeth are really packed in tight on the lower row. My ENT dismissed the ear stuffiness and balance issues as Eustachian Tube Dysfunction which is what I guessed anyway but from the loads of reading I've done, TMJ can cause that.

Anyway...

 
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