I am a 31 year old female. For the past one year, I am suffering from heaviness of head and neck stiffness. Even though I am living my normal life, sometimes the heaviness of head becomes extreme. I feel it is spinning even at the slightest movement of neck and it is accompanied by bowel movements. I feel that I may faint and the feeling subsides only after passing the stool. It is only normal stool in most cases. Initially, this incident used to happen on daily basis especially during the office hours. Now, it is happening at the rate of one to two times per week. I did MRI of brain, and cervical spine and also had an echocardiogram. Everything came out to be normal except detection of mild scoliosis of neck. In the morning when I wake up I do not feel so bad, but as the day progresses my stiffness of neck and heavy headedness increases. Orthopedician told me that I am facing cervical vertigo while the neurologist said it as posture problems and GP diagnosed it as phobic disorder. Am I suffering from any gastrointestinal disorder? Sometimes, I have lower abdomen pain and it usually goes away in a day or two, but there is no loss of appetite. Can cervical arthritis cause gas problems? Is it possible for intestinal gas to hit the brain? In such cases when bowel is not passed at right time can patient die? Do I have cervical spondylosis? Cracking sound is heard when I move my head too much and head spins too. Sometimes, it seems balance is losing from ground. Cervical spine MRI shows with convexity to the right a small central posterior disc bulge at C5-C6 indenting the thecal sac. There is no cord compression or central canal stenosis. While at home I do not feel so bad but in confined space of office my head starts to spin, back of head feels tight and I feel my motion is restricted. Please help.