What’s in a name?
Neurosis, or a feeling of dizziness or drowsiness, is a common complaint among some patients with neurological problems, but it’s not a common ailment to treat.
Neurosis is not a disease.
But it can be a symptom that’s caused by a medical condition.
Neurotics have many symptoms, and some of them may not be obvious.
Here are some of the symptoms that you may not notice.
Neurotic symptoms are common in people with multiple sclerosis, which affects about one in five Americans.
People with multiple types of MS have neurotic symptoms that vary widely.
The most common symptoms include: headache and/or confusion headaches or dizziness