Since your symptoms involved head also; an high index of suspicion should be kept for a condition called as transient ischemic attack (TIA). TIA is associated with a small clot passing in the arteries of the brain and disrupting the blood supply for a very small duration. If you have following risk factors, you should be evaluated by your doctor for TIA:
1) stress and sedentary life style
2) peripheral vascular disease (claudication),
3) previous stroke,
4) heavy smoking,
5) high blood pressure,
7) high cholesterol, and
8) a family history of heart disease
9) over weight
If you do not have above risk factors, apart from TIA, following condition may also be considered;
1) Bone spur in the neck spine (called as cervical spondylosis).
2) Panic attack.
Please feel free for your follow up questions.
I would be happy to assist you further, if you need any more information.