Hi guys, I started feeling dizzy, unbalanced and having vision problems about 8 years ago. I then developed terrible daily headaches. I was put on an anti-depressant which really helped. I thought I was better and stopped taking it. And everything returned 10x worse. I went back on the anti-depressant 3 years ago and it got me back to being able to function, work, socialise. But all the time I still have this vague dizziness, problems with vision and daily tension in my head (can't describe it really as a headache but it's very bothersome) I am constantly tired, never wake up refreshed, feel like my vision is hazy and generally feel dizzy and unbalanced. I was getting on with life putting up with it all and had given up trying to find an answer when I developed carpal tunnel symptoms. It was during this period that I found Sarno, because my pain kept moving and made no sense to me. I eliminated 90% of the wrist pain simply by reading the book but now the dizziness and headaches are worse than ever, as is the tiredness. I also have pretty bad anxiety at the moment too. I think I am now convinced that it's all been TMS from the beginning, but my awareness is now focused on it more and my brain is probably amping up the dizziness because I managed to get rid of the hand pain. I still take anti-depressants and worry that they have changed my brain so much that it will hinder the TMS process, I don't know why I think this, I just do. My biggest issue by far is the CONSTANT NATURE of the dizziness and hazy feeling. I read alot on here about 'when back pain flares up' and I can't relate to ever having a break from symptoms at all in the last few years. Can anyone else relate to this? Is there anyone who has had this constant unrelenting dizziness rather than simply dizzy spells? I am working through the SEP, meditating daily and have been listening to Claire weekes And I do feel like my confidence and tools for coping and getting through the fear and panic are growing, I've had some much calmer days and feel better in myself BUT the relentless nature of the symptoms is hard for me to deal with. Anyone experienced similar?