I've been dizzy 24/7 for 2 years and 5 months. The culprit appears to be migraines. I'm diagnosed with vestibular migraines and boy has it taken over my life. Not the pain, tho I get frequent headaches, but it's the dizziness. Let me explain. The sensations include feeling as if you're swaying, or on a boat, light sensitivity, sounds are magnified, tinnitus, blurry vision, quick spins, weather triggers, head pressure, ear pressure, looking upwards and looking downward in hard, showering is hard. There's so much more. This condition has stopped me dead in my tracks. I no longer drive or go anywhere alone. Any sensory overload can cause confusion and loss of words. I've tried lots of meds and suppliments. I feel im Not moving forward due to my med/suppliments sensitivities. I seem to only be able to tolerate a pediatric dose. Anyways, if you suffer from vestibular migraines too, I understand.
Does the fact that antipsychotics (or antidepressants for that matter)improve your function and make you feel better prove that you need them? Or would anyone "normal" feel better also? Couldnt find much on google.
Hope you all have a great day.