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lightheaded face pressure

it all stared 4 months ago when i got dizzy it in class it felt like i was moving and i thought i might pass out i was sitting down on a chair so i put my head down and then put it back up and started fanning my self it went away after 5 seconds i felt normal through out the day but the next week i could not concentrate in class i felt lightheaded all the time and it looked like objects where moving for example if i stared at a backpack it looked like it was moving later on i started getting really bad face pressure and eye pressure and its constant to it dose  go away i also started getting constant pressure on the back of my head witch sometimes turns into a really bad headache now i have not got dizzy like that where it felt like i was moving but im just left with constant lightheadedness constant face and eye pressure and back head pressure i had this pressure 24/7 for 4 months  and what makes the pressure better it holding my nose straight ( i had a really bad deviated septum) i am also sensitive to sunlight all the time.

i saw 2 ents everything looked fine
i saw a neuro thinks it migrian related
i saw a allergist found out i was allergic to dust mites,cats,trees,ragweed
try to nasal sprays it didnt work
had a mri of the neck and head all clear
had blood test done to check thyroid and b12 levels and some more other stuff all came back fine

could it be my deviated septum doing all this because i said before holding it straight dose help and also my left ear pops by its self sometimes and if i here a loud noise my left here pops  
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also saw a cardiologist everything was fine
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Hi, its unlikely that a deviated septum can cause dizziness. Deviated septum can cause problems with breathing, as it causes nasal blockage. Your symptoms of dizziness and lightheadedness, if are relieved by eating something, indicate that you might be having episodes of hypoglycemia. Inadequate sleep can also cause tiredness, fatigue and dizziness. Other causes for these symptoms are inner ear infections; brain disorders heart problems, fever, stress, low blood pressure and anxiety. Inner ear infections, brain disorders and heart problems have been ruled out. So, if you eat a well balanced diet, sleep well and lead a stress free life this can reduce the occurrence of dizziness. Take care.    
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