I have no one else to ask and I worry easily - and do not want to start searching on line: I am 52, in good health, have been home and super careful since early March, was getting delivery and sanitizing everything. Only started going to the grocery store once a week in June, and always wear mask and goggles (the last few times a shield over the mask) Had to go to a UPS store last week and did not like the fact that the guys working there (although there were plexiglass shields in front of registers) were wearing those neck rolls, instead of real masks - I had a mask on and tried not to be there too long. Only time I felt nervous.
Anyway, for over a month on and off I have moments when I feel a bit "off balance" not really dizzy. It will only last a short while. I work out a few times a week w videos, take 2 mile walks almost every day, eat well. etc. But this weekend I have had a couple of episodes where I get up from my desk and have one of those moments where you feel pressure in your ears and that brief sensation as if you're blacking out, but don't. I figured it may not be a big deal.
Today I had a late breakfast and then around 2 pm I started to feel a tension headache (around my temples) I also had that slightly "buzzed" sensation, I drank a lot of water, thinking maybe I needed to hydrate. It did not go away, still there now (although not strong) I took my temperature a few hrs ago and it's 98.3. I finally took an Advil just now and hope it will help. Can a tension headache last so long? I rarely get them but usually always pass after a couple of hrs... Do any of you around my age, ever experience this "off balance" slight sensation, can it be considered normal? I had a full check up last February and all was good. I truly apologize for the long post, I just hope to feel well in the morning.
Maybe someone here can reassure me.