Causes Of Headaches During The Day?
AssallammuallaikumrnDoc I ask why during the day my head is often dizzy at work breaks and if it rains or drizzles to go to work I usually get dizzy or make it work too..thank you
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Dizziness can be interpreted differently in each person. Therefore, it is necessary to clarify first what kind of dizziness you mean, is it a headache, dizziness, spinning, or what?
Actually there is no direct relationship between exposure to rain or drizzle with dizziness. However, exposure to temperature that is too sudden, for example due to cold exposure to rainwater, can make the body feel uncomfortable, triggering the release of stress mediators that can cause dizziness. A similar mechanism can also cause dizziness to appear more often when you work a lot during the day. In addition, inadequate oxygen perfusion to the brain due to prolonged sitting or standing at work can also exacerbate your complaints.
It's also possible that the dizziness you feel is triggered by other causes, not just fatigue or rain, for example:
Unhealthy lifestyle, such as lack of sleep, sleeping too much, eating too late, rarely exercising, consuming too much caffeine or alcohol, smoking
Dehydration (lack of fluids)
Anemia (low blood hemoglobin)
Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)
Hypotension (low blood pressure)
Vertigo (dizziness due to disturbances in the balance center in the brain or inner ear)
Viral or bacterial infections, and so on
To fix this, first try to do some of the following efforts:
Be more disciplined in applying the time to sleep and eat
Don't consume too much caffeine
Stay away from alcohol, cigarettes and drugs
Regular exercise 3 to 4 times a week, for example jogging, cycling, aerobics, yoga
Eat moderate portions but often, meet nutritional needs with a variety of foods
Don't stress or worry too much
When you feel dizzy, move to a comfortable place, take a break, drink a sweet drink
If the dizziness still doesn't go away with the above efforts, try to see a doctor directly for further treatment.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah