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@marykateeddy it will take a long time to improve , 15 months later I still experiencing episodes with longer gaps but not as strong as before,  feeling 4 days ok and one day bad , when this happened to me I was taking antihistamines cetirizine based ones for dizziness, all happened after 2nd shot of Pfizer, is all about nerves inflammation and how your body reacted to the shot , basically your immune system is on overdrive and is attacking healthy cells, I was waking up everyday with something new , I can only advise you to change your diet and try anti-inflammatory supplements, turmeric, msm , devils claw , how is your vision ? Or do you experiencing any brain fog ?


   
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I can hear my heart when I lay down,my chest feels weird I can feel my heart beat when I sit I feel I have no energy also my ankles are sore and all my joints I am now a little dizzy..I also jump when there is a sudden noise I also have a bit of sleep apnea als I have a lot of gas in my chest..I have had all heart test ecg,echo scan,stress test by injection and alter meter but nothing is wrong..this is getting to me cause it’s been an everyday battle since Christmas las year don’t know what to do.


   
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I am sorry and pray all you guys get help


   
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@samhoward1987 Hi, your experiences are similar to mine, although I've been able to get a few weeks peace here and there with fewer issues than when it all began in July. Should point out I'm a male. I had a major panic attack in April 2022, a couple of months after the booster jab. It was horrid, but enhanced by alcohol in my system. It felt like they were shooting that movie 'Inception' inside my head it was so crazy - my mouth was so dry, and I thought I was definitely dying. I felt a need to tie my hands to my bed until finally I felt that grip on reality, that feeling in your mind that you have control again. At that point I thought I had had a reaction to the alcohol, unaware I'd become anxiety prone weeks later.

So, in July I began getting regular attacks, with depersonalisation, derealisation, all the rest. I was desperate and finally got to see a doctor after 2 and a half weeks. He started me on Propanolol which is just a beta blocker to move blood around. It didn't do anything. The next doctor put me on an SSRI but I had a really bad reaction to it. Doctor #3 reluctantly gave me a small number of Benzo's - similar I guess to what you have. I only use them for severe attacks, and don't subscribe to the theory they are addictive. They're only addictive if someone's using them as a preventative or any time they get the slightest tingling. They're not addictive, they're just in the hands of people who use without trying everything else.

I threw the kitchen sink at it. I tried to boost seratonin naturally through foods like - salmon, chicken, pineapple, nuts, seeds etc.  Exercise too, I try to walk as often as I can to burn up the adrenaline. If you can find a few nice walking areas, preferably with animals/ birds & trees or water - walk as much as you can and find a nice album that is fairly serene. I found Lana Del Rey's Chemtrails over the Country Club to be ideal for me personally. Take epsom salt baths for relaxation and magnesium. Consider what you look at - I watched Seinfeld for 4 months straight on loop as it was the only entertainment I could handle - so I laughed an awful lot and even had it playing overnight in my sleep hoping the laugh track would have an effect. Understanding your triggers is important. I gave up YouTube podcasts ie. I made good use of tranquility music on YouTube. Often sleeping with it on. Trying to get yourself as happy as you can, block out the news, block out social media. Also do the pursed lip breathing technique if feeling stressed. A quick inhale then slowly exhale through pinched lips. Having a little game on your phone to distract you is good for those more manageable anxiety moments. Meditation of course too. For a while picturing myself rowing calmly in a placid lake helped. But things tend to lose effectiveness after a while.

If experiencing bad panic/ anxiety, try standing up with your feet flat - start rubbing your hands along your forearms back and forth. To avoid a panic attack escalating trying dunking your head into cold water, this should slow your heart rate. I got that from that US show 'The Doctors'.

I've also noticed lately a link to my libido, which has me stressed given I can't live without being aroused at times, but I notice this is a trigger. Aside from it being a type of bodily stress, my suspicion is it could be dopamine related, middle age hormones, testosterone, or my neuroplasty may have been altered by 'modern life' - dopamine rewards system being overused. I think we are living in unique times, basically the internet guinea pigs - so consider everything you do online and research it to see if there are any links to anxiety.

So, my suspicion the Covid booster is somehow related I try not to buy into (yet). But it's interesting to see how many people are experiencing mental issues following the jab. I've just come off 17 good days, and was back in the office about 8 weeks later. I live in Auckland NZ. You should enquire if it's possible to work later hours in office, I find with everyone gone the office becomes actually quite a relaxing place if nobody's around. There's also less traffic going home and gives you a chance to go walking on a beach or by a lake or whatever before and after work - if possible being a mother.

I'm overall better, but still getting the odd bad time. Still confused, and still unsure how to defeat it, still battling intrusive thoughts and fear based moments. Exercise and fresh air, and lots of it. Is all you can really do in my opinion. & hope it just goes away.

 

 


   
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@ferda666

Did your ears click or make sounds like the eardrum is vibrating? What was the symptom? 


   
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@marykateeddy

There's people here that describe your symptoms. Might help.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/786466028732617/?ref=share


   
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All this after covid vaccine 


   
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died suddenly film, premiered yesterday. rumble.com or stew peters.com


   
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@sunrise its the jab causing clots, see my died suddenly film comment

 


   
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@sunrise watch died suddenly on rumble there are huge clots too- white fibrous man made clots all over dead bodies; all were vaxxed, this is depopulation, im sorry.


   
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@kevin I did not get the vaccine. Neither me nor any of my family. My 14 years-daughter has been severely affected by restrictions imposed to unvaccinated. She couldn't continue therapies and swimming for her scoliosis and now she has one year since is in bracelets. I agree that are many demons ahead but adding this movie to this forum is quite disturbing. Please, let the people gain their health again. Some scenes in the movie are exaggerated, and some are real but please, those vaccine-injured should not look at it. I hardly watched myself. 

Take care and look for homeopathy! Classic one, Vithoulkas. I had many issues in the past and now 15 years without any pills. Covid (delta wave) was piece of cake for me with no day off from my online IT job. 45 years, female, unvaccinated.
I really regret what happened to you and so many young people. 🙁


   
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@margaret2022 I know a lot of folks have asked for success stories, and I'm hoping my journey can provide some hope for those experiencing a long recovery.  I've hesitated to write anything, as I'm still dealing with symptoms, but overall things have definitely improved, and where I once believed I may never recover, I now have hope I may get back to my old self yet -- even if it's taking much longer than I wanted.  Also, I don't want anyone to be discouraged by the fact that it's taking so long for me.  I've read many success stories where folks have recovered in a matter of months -- even weeks.  But for those still experiencing bad symptoms after a year or more, I hope this will help. 

To provide some background, I began experiencing extreme headaches, dizziness, nausea, head pressure and facial flushing within 24 hours after receiving my second dose of Moderna.  Initially I believed this was the usual immune response -- but after a week went by, I realized this was not normal.  I went through a string of blood tests, CT scans, MRIs, lumbar puncture and countless visits to specialists including ENTs, neurologists, cardiologists and gynecologists all looking for an answer to this mysterious onset of daily symptoms.  Not a day went by where I felt even remotely normal. And nothing I did seemed to provide any relief.  Over the counter pain medication didn't touch the headaches, and the nausea was persistent no matter what I took.  This greatly impacted my ability to work, as I'm in a technical profession requiring a lot of screen time.  Where I had just started making inroads into this career, I found myself having to step back.  It was extremely discouraging. And, more than that, the failure to find any treatable cause for the problems was heart breaking.  Each negative test made me feel as though I was helpless to do anything to get my life back. 

Finally, about eight months in, my neurologist ordered a tilt table test and discovered I have POTS (Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome ).  This condition can cause a variety of symptoms, including fatigue, headaches, dizziness and nausea.  I started employing some of the recommended lifestyle changes (drinking 2-3L water/ day, increase salt intake), as well as started on florinef,  Sadly, I didn't see any change at this point.  At the year marker, I was very discouraged.  But -- finally....in month 13-14, I started to notice some slight improvement.  I noticed this was associated with an increased dose of the florinef.  To this day, I'm not sure if it's time or the medications/ lifestyle changes that helped.  But the important thing was that I started to feel small improvements at around 15 months.  The progress wasn't linear though, I would have relapses that were just as bad as I had felt before, which made me question whether the improvements were real or simply an ebb and flow.  But at 16 months, I feel comfortable in saying that I've made some objective improvements.  The headaches no longer wake me in the night, making sleep much easier.  The nausea, although still there, isn't as regular.  The "bubble headed feeling" I felt nearly every day (a combination of headache and pressure), is no longer there all the time.  I have days where I feel much better.  I still have bad days too, but the good days give me hope because I never had really any before.  I've even started taking on some additional work in hopes of regaining some of the ground I lost over the past. 

I hope this may help those suffering for an extended period of time and worried that this is permanent.  I feared that exact thing myself.  At a year, I was certain my fate was sealed.  All the failed medications, failed treatments and shear extended amount of time being this sick, made me fear my life was forever changed.  But I'm beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel.  I find myself planning again -- something I haven't done for over a year because I had no sense of future.  It certainly has helped that I have a primary care doctor who has taken all my symptoms seriously and never stopped searching for a solution.  Having her support has helped a lot.  My advice to anyone going through anything similar to my experience, would be to keep searching for an answer and don't give up. 

I hope my journey can help someone suffering.  But I also hope it doesn't discourage anyone early in their journey.  From what I've read, recovery lengths vary a lot.  But I'm relieved to say that I'm getting there even though it took me a lot longer than some.  I live in the States, so I'm preparing to head out for Thanksgiving dinner with my family.  Something I wouldn't have even considered a year ago.  It's been an awful, horrible year.  And I'm more than ready to start celebrating again.  Hope everyone finds some relief this holiday season.

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Posted by: @sunrise

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Coagulation disorder is a phenomenon that is talked about so much, and microclots are a possible cause for bruises, which are a symptom that quite a few people report.

And many affected people describe that the symptoms appear in waves, there are periods of aggravation and periods of improvement.

This natural evolution of the symptoms overlaps with the action of various remedies and makes it very difficult to correctly evaluate the action of each remedy.

Because every aggravation or improvement that occurs may not be determined by that remedy, but by the processes of the disease, which, in fact, are rather difficult to master, compared to the effects, relatively moderate, that different remedies, in the right doses, can determine.

Therefore, a very good check of the effect of a remedy is necessary, in order to be able to state for sure that it helps or damages.

my INR and PTT levels were within range. CBC normal values. That was reassuring. I really should see a natural path to get some advice when taking natural herbs, these practitioners know what’s best and labs values that can help them determine what and how much I should be taking. I have reached out to two. I just need to set up an appointment. The only issues is this is not covered by Ontario health insurance.OHIP. I’ll update after my appointments with whoever. I was supposed to have a follow up with ENT on Friday but he canceled. So I’m waiting for the rebook date.

 


   
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