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Old 08-02-2015, 08:03 AM   #1
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Default head pain from vibrations and jolts.. CSF leak?

I know about the thread sensitive to jolting


My problems are a bit diffrent though

My neck is stiff
My eyes get this watery discharge that hurts my eye.burning feeling
If i turn my head quick something inside of it shakes.. feels like loose brain
If i step hard on my heels or ride a bus i get a hammer/eletric like pain in my forehead
Specialy from speed bumps
I get salty mouth feeling when my headaches happpen

Whenever i get these head jolts i develop insomnia.. i simply cant fall asleep again

Is it possible i have a CSF leak?
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Old 08-02-2015, 03:56 PM   #2
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The insomnia can be due to anxiety.

You sound like you struggle with anxiety.

A salty nasal discharge can sometimes be a CNS leak. But, they are very rare.

I get stingy eyes frequently. I can take a shower and wash my face and it goes away. My forehead tends to get oily and it runs into my eyes and stings.
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Old 08-02-2015, 09:45 PM   #3
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I know about the thread sensitive to jolting


My problems are a bit diffrent though

My neck is stiff
My eyes get this watery discharge that hurts my eye.burning feeling
If i turn my head quick something inside of it shakes.. feels like loose brain
If i step hard on my heels or ride a bus i get a hammer/eletric like pain in my forehead
Specialy from speed bumps
I get salty mouth feeling when my headaches happpen

Whenever i get these head jolts i develop insomnia.. i simply cant fall asleep again

Is it possible i have a CSF leak?
I don't think you have a CSF leak. I don't exactly know why but a lot of people have had this issue including myself that I do not believe is anxiety because it is specifically motion related and has caused a bunch of symptoms for me. I got hit in the head while already having PCS and now my head is much more sensitive. It has become less sensitive over time as I have rested and utilized an anti-inflammatory diet. Sure I've had anxiety, but I doubt that is what it is. Whatever it is, you need to do everything you can to avoid these triggers because I believe they are interfering with your recovery and making it harder for your brain to recover. And remember, you're not alone.
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