First, turn off anything sensitive. Then, measure your voltages at every receptacle in the house. What you *should* see is voltages like 119V and 122V.
What you *may* see is a cluster of voltages around 135V, and another cluster of voltages around 105V just as an example. The voltages could be any number; the warning signs are a) they *add up* to 240V, but b) they are not equal.
Now, while you're checking one of them, turn on a 120V heater, hair dryer, toaster whatever... and go check one from each cluster. Did the voltages *change* and yet still add up to 240V? Then you have a lost neutral. This is an emergency. Call your power company and report an outage.
95% of the time, a lost neutral that affects the whole house is the power company's problem.
One time my sweetie said "I'm sorry the waffles are taking so long. The toaster is really slow." What!!?? Toasters don't slow --- oh snap.. I flew to get my meter. 102V with toaster off. 88V with toaster on. "Oh by the way sweetie, (neighbor) said her microwave just fried." That would've been worth mentioning. Went out into the storeroom, 138V with toaster off. Fortunately the complex electrician lives next door, so together we popped the cover off the ancient FPE Stablok master panel. Yup, 138/102V on the bottom of the meter. Power company was out an hour later on a Sunday.
I stayed with the power guy. Soon as he got up there, he grabbed the neutral wire and flopped it back and forth so I could see. Clean break.