Hello. My PCP doctor prescribed me paxil for my anxiety that I get with my mitral valve. It is severe but gave me this because *cough* doc said it wasnt addictive.
So, I took it for months. Probably 6 months. When I decided to get off of it, because frankly, I wasn't depressed and it wasn't helping my nervousness in the parts I needed it to, what shock I was in to find out that my body had grown addicted to it! This was terrifying to me because I had been addicted to nerve pills before, and getting off of them was just sort of wheening myself off then that was it.
But this was terrible. My head was like it had a jet propeller in it. everytime I turned my eyes, "swoosh" was the sound in my head. It did this for 3 weeks straight, no lie.
Finally, it started to quit. I said I would never ever go back on paxil again after that instance. LOL. The funny thing, I know it was the paxil because I had been on it before and it did the same thing, just not as long, but I actually thought It was something like my inner ear.
Good luck. Stick to it, it will eventually stop and you will get back to normal.