Thank you once again for your kind response, Helen.
You’re right. Sometimes all this terror takes me so much over that I’m beginning to be afraid that simple daily tasks will probably cause an aggravation to my symptoms, as I’ve become extremely sensitive to countless stimulus, since all those symptoms began.
Maybe it would be considerable to mention that yesterday was a really windy day. I live in a near-coast town where there are intense winds pretty often. You could also hear the wind blowing intensely indoors all night long.
I try to be extra careful while bathing. I use a stool (initially for pots syndrome) so I am sitted and I gently wash and shampoo my hair trying no not move my head much. Same while drying them. I try not to bend over at all.
I didn’t use to have problems in the bath, but one month ago I used the new shower column I got for the (then) new house, and even though the water did not have big pressure, an hour after I started experiencing awful aggravation of dizziness, motion sensitivity and disorientation which lasted for a lot of hours. So no shower columns for me I guess…
Thanks a lot for taking the time to post the links!
You’re right about the firm surfaces. Since all this started I find that I sit on the floor almost all day long as I feel the surface is more stable than a couch or a bed, or even a chair, where my legs are far away from the rest of the body, so I feel the motion sensations more.
That’s exactly how it is, Helen.
We shouldn’t have to be thinking about all these basic functions our bodies were supposed to do by default. It’s exhausting.
Thank you again for taking the time to answer.