Is it normal to feel the earths movements?

So, for about two and a half weeks I have had an increased perception of my surroundings. Not people as such, but objects.
The consistency of the floor, how it waxes and wanes. How the floor moves. Sometimes it's scary to feel the earth breathe.
But now I'm wondering, because nobody else notices if it's normal. I didn't think it was wrong.

Is It Normal?
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  • ive waxed a floor ive never waned one

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    • I mean, those back and forth and back and forth and up and down. Wasn't quite with me.

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  • The earth's breath is in the change of the seasons, not poor quality craftmanship.

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  • I don't know what's wrong with that, but I'm seeing a neurologist next week. Hopefully I'll know more then. Otherwise, I still don't know if that really means anything.

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  • have you been taking any drugs? You may also have an issue with your cerebellum

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    • Not at the moment. Quit about six months ago. Had to take opiates at the time, after I had an accident. There was also cannabis in between. But I'm not a chronic user and I'm clean on both now.
      However, I have had a sleep disorder for quite some time now, which somehow always appears at the same time as other complaints that I cannot explain.
      If this is common for problems with this area of the brain, do I have to worry? I can understand if nobody can answer me. It's a specific subject after all.

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      • Usually balance problems makes people say they can "feel the earth swaying" - if you have noticed other symptoms alongside this like sleeping problems, I would try to see a doctor. They will tell you whether or not you need a brain scan. If it is something, it actually is something to be of concern, any small abnormality in the brain can be deadly, it's best to seek out help <3 i wish you luck

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  • What does the body of your post have to do with the title?

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    • I feel the earth swaying under my feet. All month, every week, every day, every hour. For almost four weeks now. And it doesn't feel real. Back and forth, up and down, like a ship or an earthquake or jelly.

      I've already been to a doctor who referred me to an ear specialist and this doctor advises my family doctor to refer me to neuropsychiatry. I don't know. It's weird, strange, but I didn't think it was serious. I just wondered.

      Scratch the back of the head a little, that's all. But if I am healthy, are doctors even real? I mean, they spend years dealing with different medical issues and I realize that each patient is kind of an individual case, but somehow all these suspected diagnoses seem strange to me. It's like being put in a drawer so that you can be sorted out if the mistake is not corrected. As if one is causing a mistake similarly senseless as DDD in the social system.

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      • I understand why they'd refer you to an ear specialist. It sounds like you have a problem with your sense of balance. My guess for why the ear specialist suggested you go to a neuropsychiatrist is that the ear specialist found nothing wrong with your ears, so it must be a problem with your brain.

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