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So I can't remember if I was always this irritable before going gluten-free, but being on the challenge this month has made me much more irritable than I normally am. But that aside, has anyone ever had....I can't call them "hallucinations," but every so often, usually once or twice a day, I'll see something move out of the corner of my eye, and of course I'll look straight at it and see that NOTHING has moved.

And dreams, very vivid dreams. I woke up early one morning after having an odd dream, and realized I wasn't late, but then my heart started beating extremely fast, like I'd sprinted.

Has anyone had symptoms like these before? I'm also having the normal symptoms, D/C, stomach ache/bloating, headache, etc.

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Hoooo yeah.

I chalked it up to my adrenals going nuts (which I thought was from the steroids)...

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So I can't remember if I was always this irritable before going gluten-free, but being on the challenge this month has made me much more irritable than I normally am. But that aside, has anyone ever had....I can't call them "hallucinations," but every so often, usually once or twice a day, I'll see something move out of the corner of my eye, and of course I'll look straight at it and see that NOTHING has moved.

And dreams, very vivid dreams. I woke up early one morning after having an odd dream, and realized I wasn't late, but then my heart started beating extremely fast, like I'd sprinted.

Has anyone had symptoms like these before? I'm also having the normal symptoms, D/C, stomach ache/bloating, headache, etc.

Yup..I'd swear something had moved a bit, but it hadn't. I woke with my heart pounding too.

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Get your vitamin and nutrient levels checked. To be specific, vitamin B12 defiency can cause nuero symptoms. (anxiety, trouble sleeping, headaches, & muscle cramping) Vitamin D deciency can make a person almost like a zombie.

Some supplementation can be harmless while some can lead to a toxic level and be life threatening. So I advise you to seek medical advice for taking anything other than a daily vitamin, sublingual B12, or Biotin.

There is also a connection to sinus infections and yeast infections to a spiderweb vision problem. So if possible make an eye appointment.

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