Besides the dizziness, I have lots of headaches, noises, and head pressure. It bothers me more than the shakiness? Is this normal?
Have docs do blood pressure checks lying down, sitting, then standing. Light headed often caused by low blood flow to brain.
Almost 30 percent of Parkinson’s patients have
Tinnitus and misophonia which is sensitivity to sound. Check with your neurologist. There are treatments that may help.
My husband has had tinnitus for many years. Does not appear to be PD related. However, dizziness is a major concern and at this point is his only symptom that his doctors seem to believe is PD. I was wondering if anyone else has the dizziness issue and how yours manifests itself. For my husband, if he sits or lies down, no dizziness. However, once he stands up, he feels dizzy and has trouble walking. If he keeps his eyes focused and does not look in any direction, he can maneuver better, but if he looks to either side, he begins walking as though he is inebriated.
We just returned from an extensive trip overseas, and have now realized that for any future travel, a wheelchair will be necessary. Have not heard from others with this particular symptom.
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