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luvema
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I always had this symptom, but I am feeling it more now.My whole head feels numb and tingling. it's a very strange feeling.

I just been feeling lots of weird things in my head, like it feels like electricity in my head sometimes, it's hard to explain.

Also every time I try to go to sleep I feel that the whole bed is rocking from side to side. It feels like I am on a swing.

I just been very lightheaded and constant pressure in my head been going on for months now.

Does anyone have experience with this?

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luvema
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Anyone?

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I have had numbness in the head, but not recently. It was part of numbness that came and went in different parts of the body. It was scary at first. I first had it 12 years ago and didn't know about Lyme. I went to a chiropractor, very old man, and he did something with NO cracking and it got better for a while, amazingly. I'm sorry I don't have a specific suggestion.
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Very sorry to hear that you are still not doing well, Ema!

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luvema
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Thanks treelnatree...

Have you experienced this lymetoo?

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Sounds a lot like some neurotoxin is causing havoc for you... Have you tried Japanese Knotweed? Buhner says this is one of the best herbs for brain inflammation & detox...

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quote:
Originally posted by luvema:
Thanks treelnatree...

Have you experienced this lymetoo?

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No, not at all. Most of my Lyme symptoms were joint and muscle related. I had babesia and all that went along with that.

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luvema
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@ Razzle, I never took that herb. I am taking cholestarymine and doing epsom salt baths as a way to detox.

I am afraid to try any herbs at the moment, scared it will interact with the antibiotics I am on.

@lymetoo, glad you never had those symptoms.

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Maya12
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I had this for about 3 years and it has almost totally gone with heavy metal chelation
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Wow, really, METALS got rid of that? Maya, what did you do with metals chelation?
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Maya12
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Well it still comes back sometimes but chelating has def helped.

It is still worse when I am herxing but never as bad as before chelating

I have been doing pleo chelate and Iv EDTA as well as ala and nac

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