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Disequilibrium is the loss of balance or the feeling of unsteadiness when you walk. Causes may include: Inner ear (vestibular) problems...
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Yes, you are absolutely putting yourself at risk for serious health complications, if you haven’t already. Simply put, your body is not receiving the...
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perhaps pressure may be on her nerves.
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Normally it has to deal with your nerves if you have struck a nerve on top of your head you could have damaged it. Also it could be migraines, weak...
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By nerves....via your spinal cord.
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Hi, OK lets see if I can sort you out, one take a break, which your wont like? why because your never there, so this break is try and get you back in...
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No, your brain and nose are safe from mushroom or fungus growth.
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Hi Could be two things going on, its either high blood pressure related to having and orgasm, so get your blood pressure checked out.Or its just and...
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This is an interesting question. Thanks for asking!It's impossible to give you a definitive answer without having more information. For example...
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Have you been checked for migraines
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No...it will not.
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No...the heart is a muscle; a pump. While there are neurological nodes in the heart that cause it to independently beat, it does not have the ability...
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See a doctor
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Be happy of your body but also believe it is what you make of it! Not eating is not a reaction by your brain, instead eating is encouraged in order...
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It sounds like you have the symptoms of Meniere's disease which is an inner ear problem. I suggest you consult your Doctor
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