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Dizziness, body numbness, buzzing sound in head while trying to sleep. Sleep paralysis?

hi, i keep feeling really dizzy while im trying to fall asleep im also unable to move for a good few minutes. i here a loud buzzing on and off in my head. iv looked at sleep paralysis but i cant find anything that explains the dizzyness and buzzing in my head, its becoming more and more frequent. hope u can help thanks.
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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Thanks for posting this question in HCM
Let me clarify that a given symptom/ set of symptoms in medicine can be due to various causes. For example dizziness can be due to several causes like low hemoglobin, low heart rate etc. Some people with dizziness actually have vertigo and they perceive it as dizziness. Based upon the symptoms that you have posted i dont feel that you have serious neurological problem. My advise to you will be to get examined by a physician and get interviewed by him so that the symptoms that you have described will be clarified. Once the symptoms are clarified by a physician, it will be easy for us to deal the case. If nothing comes out and you want to rule out sleep paralysis, you can visit a sleep medicine consultant and get an overnight polysomnography followed by multiple sleep latency study. These tests will rule out a remote possibility of narcolepsy. Hope you got it
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