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luvema
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I swear it's like i feel a snake moving around in my brain...


I feel every movement and it's like swimming around from my lower part of the brain to the top.

And the whole left side of my brain is going numb.

Such a weird feeling

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Inflammation can feel like that. Be sure your neck is supported with a good pillow tonight.

Magnesium should help. Hope you can get some good sleep tonight.
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Thank you keebler,

I don't how i'll be able to sleep with brain feeling like it's about to explode.

I took some magnesium few hours ago.

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Have you increased the systemic enzymes?

This will reduce inflammation and pressure and pain.

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luvema
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I have carol.

Not feeling a difference yet

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Ema,
It sounds very uncomfortable!
I haven't had this in my head, but a similar feeling in my chest.
I think it is the nerves getting mixed up and sending the wrong feedback of sensation to our brains.
Are you consuming any caffeine? Maybe reduce any caffeine, and I agree about magnesium.

Also, maybe some chammomile tea will help calm the nerves down.

Best wishes

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Thanks.

No, I can't have any caffeine anyway.

It's annoying it continued for hours and hours last night, and it's still there a bit today

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