Why does my brain roll when I m about to sleep?
I ve tried to search online for answers for whats happening, but I haven t found anything exactly what I m experiencing.
Through out the year, every few weeks or so I will experience this rolling sensation in my head when I m trying to get to sleep. I m able to somewhat control it at times and I can "roll myself" forwards and backwards.
It s not painful but it s extremely strange and lasts for at least 10 minutes before stopping.
When it happens it doesn t feel like my whole body is rolling, its just my head.
Thank you in advance for any answers about this
- Papa-GLv 79 months agoFavourite answer
It may be something to do with your inner ear or blood pressure.
Google the effects of vertigo and low blood pressure.
- Anonymous9 months ago
I'm thinking about a problem in the balance mechanism in your inner ear.
Read about it online.
See a doctor.
- VortexLv 79 months ago
We have all experienced that feeling as we are going to sleep that we are falling backwards. That usually makes us sit up very fast. I would think something like that is going on but prolonged. Perhaps a neurologist could help you.
- Country GIRLLv 79 months ago
Could be from with drawls from any meds you were on or an underlying condition
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- TavyLv 79 months ago
Sounds like Vertigo, look it up.