Dizziness And Spinning Before Bedtime?
Night, I have had a few days every night having trouble sleeping. It feels sleepy and tired but now I feel like my head feels dizzy and spinning. Explanation please. Thank you
Hello, thanks for the question.
Difficulty sleeping or insomnia is a state of difficulty starting to sleep, often waking up during sleep, or difficulty falling back after waking up very early. This insomnia has an unknown cause or is called primary insomnia and secondary insomnia caused by other underlying diseases. Headaches and spinning dizziness can cause sleep disorders. Dizziness, especially when changes in position can be caused by vertigo, or can also occur due to other diseases such as meniere's disease, anemia, dehydration, hypotension or low blood pressure, etc. which causes oxygen to the brain to decrease so that you will feel dizzy. Some factors that increase the risk of complaints include stress, depression, having a sleep disorder, consuming too much caffeine, alcohol and cigarettes, overweight, and having systemic diseases such as high blood pressure and diabetes. If the complaint is felt disturbing, you should consult a doctor, the doctor will conduct a direct examination on the patient and additional examinations if needed, such as blood tests, x-rays, ultrasound, and so forth to find the cause of the complaint. Handling will be tailored to the cause of the complaint. To help reduce complaints you should get adequate rest, sleep at least 6-8 hours / day, consume foods rich in vitamins and minerals, such as iron (beef, beans, vegetables, etc.), vitamin B12 (meat, milk, cheese) , cereals, soy foods (tempeh or tofu)), folic acid (vegetables, fruit, nuts, wheat, cereals, etc.), vitamin C (oranges, peppers, broccoli, tomatoes, melons, and strawberries, etc. , consume enough fluids of at least 2L or 8 glasses per day, avoid stress, cigarettes, and alcohol, and reduce consumption of caffeinated beverages.
Thus, hopefully it helps.
Greetings, Dr. Nova