Is feeling woozy (not spinning, just internal movement...swaying, rocking) AFTER stopping walking, just going about daily living something common for CFS? I am wondering if my cerebellum is permanently damaged from gluten OR if this is something I can get rid of as I continue to improve from a sudden onset of illness 5 years ago. I am gluten intolerant and suffered from chronic, debilitating motion sickness for 3 years prior to IgG anti-gliadin tested WAY POSITIVE and I removed gluten from my diet. Luckily, the motion sickness cleared after being gluten free for about 6 months, but I still am limited in my ability to walk, move, be active due to wooziness. Any insight into solving this wooziness would be very much appreciated!