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Chronic dizziness-medically no answer
« on: August 01, 2018, 01:03:52 PM »
Good Day Everyone. I am new here and new to PSTEC. I’ve been trying to find a practitioner to help me but haven’t had much luck yet so I’m reaching out here to see if I can find some guidance. 

I have chronic dizziness that has been reviewed by a ton of medical specialists and they can’t find an issue. Medications were tried and made things worse. :-(. Then I managed to give myself a concussion and exacerbated my dizziness further plus added head pain and brain fog issues.  I know that when the dizziness started I was under a ton of stress at work and has just come off a super stressful year of nursing my daughter.  Also, I have a ton of regret and guilt over trying so many medications even though I had always preferred natural alternatives and also a ton of guilt and sadness over the concussion.

I don’t even know where to start to try to redirect my brain away from the dizziness and damage done by medication. I feel like my brain is just “stuck” on the dizziness and pain and doesn’t know how to let it go.

Could anyone suggest at least somewhere to start? Thank you so much! I’d also be thrilled to do a consult with a practitioner if someone is available.

Bethany
« Last Edit: August 01, 2018, 02:11:34 PM by brussell708 »

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Re: Chronic dizziness-medically no answer
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2018, 04:27:39 PM »
Good Day Everyone. I am new here and new to PSTEC. I’ve been trying to find a practitioner to help me but haven’t had much luck yet so I’m reaching out here to see if I can find some guidance. 

I have chronic dizziness that has been reviewed by a ton of medical specialists and they can’t find an issue. Medications were tried and made things worse. :-(. Then I managed to give myself a concussion and exacerbated my dizziness further plus added head pain and brain fog issues.  I know that when the dizziness started I was under a ton of stress at work and has just come off a super stressful year of nursing my daughter.  Also, I have a ton of regret and guilt over trying so many medications even though I had always preferred natural alternatives and also a ton of guilt and sadness over the concussion.

I don’t even know where to start to try to redirect my brain away from the dizziness and damage done by medication. I feel like my brain is just “stuck” on the dizziness and pain and doesn’t know how to let it go.

Could anyone suggest at least somewhere to start? Thank you so much! I’d also be thrilled to do a consult with a practitioner if someone is available.

Bethany

Hi Bethany

Sorry to hear of your recent hardships. You are taking the right steps to find more inner peace by posting here. Could you let us know what pstec tools you have?

I'm assuming you have the free click tracks. So will give some advice geared towards that. You say you were under stress at work, and nursing your daughter. That would be a good place to start. Think of those events, pick the ones with the strongest charge, and TRY to feel as much as you can while tapping to the click track. When did the dizziness first occur? Did it begin when you were experiencing those particular events? Or could you trace it back further? If not, cool just go after those events.

I would also suggest going after guilt of trying different medications, try to feel as guilty as you can while tapping.

I can also see there is a sense of confusion, and possibly a lack of control maybe in how to dealing with this issue. So could be something to look into too.

Either way, make a start today and you will thank yourself later.

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Re: Chronic dizziness-medically no answer
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2018, 04:37:40 PM »
Thank you so much for replying! Yes I am so confused by all my issues and symptoms  that it’s hard to know where to start. I can actually pinpoint a few dizzy episodes to when I was pregnant with my son three years prior to it becoming chronic. I have the PSTEC level 1 and the accelerator programs.

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Re: Chronic dizziness-medically no answer
« Reply #3 on: August 01, 2018, 05:26:26 PM »
Thank you so much for replying! Yes I am so confused by all my issues and symptoms  that it’s hard to know where to start. I can actually pinpoint a few dizzy episodes to when I was pregnant with my son three years prior to it becoming chronic. I have the PSTEC level 1 and the accelerator programs.

Okay.
Firstly i would suggest listening to the accelerator tracks before bed every night for the next couple weeks. That's the long relaxation accelerator. It will help loosen up your mind for change and success. It will also help with memory recall which is useful.

I would also say using pstec positive would be a good move. Using the following suggestions over the next couple days would help.

"I will follow Tim's instructions now as they are important"

"Things become clearer to me everyday from now on"

"I am finding ways to bring more peace into my life now"

"Pstec could be successful for me right now"

Mix it up with the emotional work. Vary what tracks you use. Accelerator are great for recall. I would go after that memory then. When you were pregnant with your son. Feel the emotions as if you are back there OR its happening NOW and TRY to feel those emotions. Keep going with it until its right down.
If you are concerned about going there at all, feel what pops up with the thought of associating with that event. Clear those emotions. Then go to that event, and again, TRY your hardest to feel those emotions.
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Re: Chronic dizziness-medically no answer
« Reply #4 on: August 01, 2018, 05:41:02 PM »

Also another suggestion to layer in would be.

"From now on I'm taking things one step at a time"

Include that after you have done the others.
 

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Re: Chronic dizziness-medically no answer
« Reply #5 on: August 02, 2018, 09:46:28 AM »
Thank you so much for replying! Yes I am so confused by all my issues and symptoms  that it’s hard to know where to start. I can actually pinpoint a few dizzy episodes to when I was pregnant with my son three years prior to it becoming chronic. I have the PSTEC level 1 and the accelerator programs.

Clearingman gave perfect advice on the long relaxing accelerator.

1.) Clicktrack back as far as you can to the earliest dizziest episodes. - get it to a 1 or 0
2.) Clicktrack any stress, trauma etc on any pregnancy or birthing experiences or any major events that happened during those experiences. If this was not your first child, go back and CT the first one and any previous children and the birthing/labor process. - get it to a 1 or 0
3.) Tim and other practitioners have suggested that if someone has experienced any miscarriages or abortions in their life - female or male - to clicktrack these to a 1 or 0.


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