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Too boaty/dizzy to exercise or walk


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I'm dealing with severe boatiness, dizziness or push/pull sensations for awhile since the end of my taper. I'm forced to be bedridden. It has extremely limited me to not be able to go for a simple walk or sit up to exercise. I'm currently 84 days post jump from Ambien. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get me upright again? I feel that if I can sit up for longer than 15-20 minutes then I could exercise a bit. By not walking, I'm getting weaker. I've tried walkers, canes, crutches, forcing myself ( nearly fainted-caused a wave) Any suggestions?
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I'm dealing with severe boatiness, dizziness or push/pull sensations for awhile since the end of my taper. I'm forced to be bedridden. It has extremely limited me to not be able to go for a simple walk or sit up to exercise. I'm currently 84 days post jump from Ambien. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get me upright again? I feel that if I can sit up for longer than 15-20 minutes then I could exercise a bit. By not walking, I'm getting weaker. I've tried walkers, canes, crutches, forcing myself ( nearly fainted-caused a wave) Any suggestions?

 

Right here with you, I pretty much have to lay down non stop, if I try and walk for more than five minutes I start spinning and go tunnel vision. Maybe you can do some light weights on your back in bed or on a couch? Might not get the heart rate up much but it's something! Maybe even bicycle kicks?

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