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Feeling Dizzy And Strange

Strange dizzy, dreamy feeling...HELP!?

Several things come to mind, and you will have to help your self determine what is going on, along with any appropriate blood tests.
I would say my first thought is the significance of 'soft ball' in your life. Do you play? Are you up on your electrolytes? Hav eyou any injuries, neck , back , or others?
Have you recently had any vaccines?
Go take the quiz she offers, FastTRackMyCure.com, TheHormoneCure.com, dr sara gottfried. She also gives ways to rebalance ones hormones.
Go find her pal JJ Virgin, who gives healthy diet/food advice.
Are you allergic to some foods? Do you eat a lot of processed foods?
Go watch 'Seeds of Death' by garynull.com
Are you overweight? Do you have high blood sugar?
See, there is a lot you can do to help yourself and get healthy.

Why do my eyes feel strange? Woozy and dizzy feeling.?

This has been happening for a while now but I would like to know what is causing it.

Its a weird feeling and hard to describe it.

I can't focus my eyes some times its like they are jumping back and forth in their sockets. I feel all lightheaded and woozy.

I'm also so tired all the time. I can sleep til 10 am and them at 5 pm I'm ready to go back to bed. I don't usually sleep so late though and feel like I absolutely have to have a nap around lunch time.

At first I thought I was just being super lazy but it feels like I can't force myself to move. I have already been diagnosis with depression and know that probably doesn't help.

I'm a college student and have a part time job, but I just don't think it would be causing me to feel dizzy and disoriented all the time. I would just like to know so I can stop the dizziness.

Many thanks in advance!

Strange dizzy, disoriented feeling after stretching?

Sounds like Low blood pressure to me. When you stretch you open up the blood vessels in your body, causing hte blood to rush in to fill the voids. This causes a loss of available blood in the brain, which then rapidly fills as your blood pressure normalizes causing the disorientation.