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Advice needed

I went to bed last Wednesday feeling healthy and happy and was woken around 5am feeling like My bed was sliding over a mountain.  I turned on my back then back on my right side and it happened again. It has now been 6 days and I have been unable to leave the house except for doctors appointments. They doctor thinks it a middle ear inbalance and I am seeing an ENT specialist on Thursday. I can stand on one foot close my eyes and balance perfectly, but if I move my head to the left or right (right side much worse) I feel like I am going to fall over.  I recently had a neck X-ray and the results showed degeneration of discs and spurs. Because I am only dizzy when I move my head I think it must be coming from my neck. I welcome any advice, I am starting to feel anxious because I don’t have any answers and I am not improving - therefore not living my active life. 

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