I'm 16 now and I've had this feeling since I was much, much younger. Sometimes when I walk into a room I get this feeling. Sort of like I'm being blasted with energy, but I don't feel any stronger or weaker afterward. I looked around on the site and found similar stories but they all involve empathy, and feeling different emotions from the room. I don't feel any certain emotions, just this sort of pulsing feeling throughout my head.
In my younger years, I used to think this feeling came from the thrill of being in somebody else's room when I'm not supposed to be. Or sometimes I thought of it as a warning that someone was about to come home or walk into the room (this point of view saved me from close calls). I only get this from a small number of rooms. I can go months, and at rare times a year without this feeling.
The reason I decided to actually look into this occurrence was because of an experience just today. While visiting my aunt and uncle's house I went to use the bathroom located in their bedroom. About four steps into the room, I was hit with the feeling harder than ever! It was like a grenade went off. I had to grab the sides of my head and felt like I was going to fall over. I've never been driven to that point before. I'm not sure if it was because of that room, or if it's the fact I haven't had the feeling in so long, or if it gets worse as I'm older. I'm pretty shaken up by it.
I've come looking for answers and maybe help on what this is. I'm worried that the intensity will change more, maybe even reaching fainting when I walk into certain rooms. This would be so much easier this fit the empathy category but it doesn't, so I'm lost.