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So I just take over the counter sleeping aids. I have been taken Gabapentin for as long as it's been happening. I have been taken it for Post-herpetic neuralgia (which is caused my shingles, if some of you didn't know. I tell that to nurses and some other people and they just look at me like wth is that?) I asked the throat and nose doctor if MAYBE I could possibly be allergic to Gapapentin. His exact words were "Oh you would have to go to a different doctor for that.
You've got what amounts to becoming addicted to coffee for its caffeine. PHENYLEPHRINE HCL is so mild (that's why it's over the counter) that, with a little will power, mild exercise and, say, a good strong cup of coffee to give you that lift you'll miss, you should be able to get off the spray pretty easily. The drug is so mild, your addiction is mostly psychological. Stop using it, take regular walks for a few days, and drink a cup of strong coffee if you feel you need a little lift.
I had a terrible dizzy spell on a huge bridge and didn't drive over the bridge for 15 years. The day I drove for the first time after the spell was because I had to take my husband to the hospital...he was having a heart attack!!!!!!!!!! I made it! And he is fine! I also think that places like Walmart, Lowes and H Depot have either wacky lights or it's my allergies...always hazy cloudy air...I hate it!!!!!! Hopefully, my experiences will help one of you...
Occassionally I could manage a yawn only to feel the need for another within less than a minute. Over the course of the last couple of weeks it got worse, till finally it entered my head the moment I woke up and stayed with me till I went to sleep. IT IS MERCILESS and very hard to explain to others. After searching on the internet, trying breathing exercises, calling my cardiologist and talking with everyone that would listen I think I have found the solution, at least for myself.
I do have sinus problems and always have, but I have never really taken anything for it other than something over the counter during a cold. I have regular stuffiness and pretty much always have. I just have learned to deal with it. It would be nice to know were that smoke smell comes from. No one else smells it when I say I do. I have never smoked nor have I lived in a home were anyone smokes either.
I can tell you that when I read in Internet about GBS or the Gulf War Syndrome I started feel terrible and got tense all over the body....I stopped reading that stuff, because it actually made me feel worse! Better to read here. In these days I am ok, I hope it can last.
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