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About ZayKayWill

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  1. Weird Brain Feeling?

  2. Weird Brain Feeling?

    I have the same thing. Not sure if it's the same as yours but it literally feels like there's a giant bubble full of water in my head on the back/right side of my head. It's been like this for 2 years. All the doctors just tell me it's anxiety, though. I really don't know.
  3. Doubt it...although if I plug my ears I can hear this buzzing sound in my head....
  4. Im 26 and no I don't really have any other health problems as far as I know.
  5. It started when I was still taking it honestly. Only thing I felt physically was what I had already described. All just a bunch of pressure and a weird pins and needles bubbl3 in my head. Don't have it anywhere else.
  6. I still take them from time to time but even when I go weeks or months without taking them they're still there.
  7. That's exactly what I'm going through. All the doctors tell me its anxiety. The truth is, though, that so many doctors are super ignorant when it comes to addiction, so I really don't think it's anxiety. I've had acupuncture before but that didn't take it away. There are a lot of people out there who say they've had anxiety and were like, "There's no way this is anxiety." but I mean idk. Just seems a bit too extreme to just be anxiety.
  8. My diet is pretty good. Ive had some brain scans and theyve all come back normal so I really have no idea what else it could be. If it really was Addy related a brain scan wouldn't show it so what else could it be is what Im wondering...
  9. I have googled the heck out of it. Haven't found anything. Some people do think its blood pressure related but I doubt it...doesnt' feel like a blood pressure thing at all.
  10. I've been 2 years off, but yet I still feel this very weird sensation in my head. It literally feels like there's a giant bubble full of water in my head. I thought it was a brain tumor, but I got some brain scans done and they all came back normal. Only thing that gets me is that I can't seem to find anyone else I know that had these symptoms, not even meth addicts. Starting to worry me :/
  11. Really not sure what to think anymore.

    That's what I was thinking, too, but it's been 2 years. But to be fair there are people that have taken longer to recover than a year, so maybe I just need to be patient. But yeah this has been causing me a lot of distress. Just hope to God that with time I'll be able to feel 100% like myself again.
  12. Really not sure what to think anymore.

    Was on Adderall 20mgs and Vyvanse not a whole lot. Which is what scares me even more. :/
  13. Hi guys. Not even sure where to begin. I've been searching all over the internet for answers and nobody can seem to really relate to me. I quit Adderall about 2 years ago and was put on Concerta instead. Was later prescribed Vyvanse but I don't take anything anymore. I had no problem just taking the Concerta and Vyvanse as prescribed, but...the only thing that truly gets me is this crazy bubble feeling in my head. I've asked almost everywhere. I think this site may be my last resort. It literally feels like there's a giant bubble on the right/back side of my head. I've been to many doctors and got both a CT Scan and MRI and both came back normal, so all the doctors just tell me it's anxiety. I've had this bubble feeling in my head for over 2 years and yet I still can't find anyone that can relate to what I'm going through. The problem is that I've never had this feeling in my head until I started taking Adderall every day. ANd what's even crazier is that I only started taking it every day for like a year and a half, so you would think I wouldn't still be feeling this anymore. I just don't even know what to think anymore. It obviously isn't anything too serious since the MRI and CT Scan both came back normal, but I'm almost positive it's not just anxiety. Is there anyone else out there that can relate to what I'm feeling? It literally feels like a giant bubble is blowing on the right side of my head. Kinda also feels like pins and needles. It doesn't necessarily hurt, but it feels like a lot of pressure. I seriously thought it was a brain tumor hence me getting the brain scans. It's very distressing. I just want this to go away.