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Author Topic: this is my lightheaded/ wierd feeling... treadmill... what do u think?  (Read 119 times)

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Offline valleyplayer42

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it feels like the way you feel when you just get off of a treadmill after your on it for a while.. either that, or my lightheadedness and bouncing up and down feeling was 20 times worse when I was done doing a mile on the treadmill today... i think this feeling also started right after i used the treadmill at the house a few days ago..... i wonder if it does somethin to my ears, my heart, my brain, or irritates a brain tumor or something......
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ehhhhhhhhhhh? i felt ok before for a little bit.. i dont know what triggers this full sensation in my head and this lightheaded derealizing feeling .. i feel fake like i can just die or something
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If you're becoming lightheaded during exercise you should speak with your doctor
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thats good advice

the feeling is worse coming off a treadmill i said.... i feel fine when working out... its the movement of the treadmill that i think worsens or started the feeling
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I completely relate, again. I have severe anxiety, Migraine Associated Vertigo, and some characteristics of a disorder called Mal de debarquement syndrome (mdds). Your best bet would be to consult either a migraine specialist or an otoneurologist because it really sounds like you are dealing with these same issues. Yes, they might require a brain MRI because that is just standard--not because they will think brain tumor. You dont have a tumor. There is treatment for these vestibular disorders which ENt docs dont always catch by the way (but they will catch big big issues like tumors, as you yourself said awhile ago). Dont keep suffering. :-p
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