Dizziness, Blurred Vision, Loss Of Balance And Pins And Needles?
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Headache, blurred vision, loss of balance, and tingling are symptoms of a lack of oxygen supply to the brain, which can be caused by several things, such as low blood pressure, low hemoglobin levels, iron deficiency, or diseases certain, such as orthostatic hypotension, vertigo, alcohol intoxication, and others.
If you frequently check your blood pressure and range between 110/60 mmHg (I assume that you write in reverse order, because the systolic pressure / first number is always higher than the diastolic pressure / second number), this means your blood pressure is still within limits normal. But keep in mind that blood pressure is a measure that changes very quickly, depending on your condition and activity. Even though your blood pressure at rest is always normal, the number can go up or down immediately if you exercise, straining, shocked, afraid, and so on. Other factors whose effects are slower can include diet, exercise routines, weight, the presence of other disease factors, and others. Therefore, it is also very necessary to measure blood pressure when you feel these symptoms, and compare them to your blood pressure under normal conditions, to be used as a measurement.
In addition, other diseases such as lack of blood (anemia), are conditions where hemoglobin (Hb) levels are below normal. The normal Hb value for adult women is 12-16 g / dL. Low levels can be caused by several things, such as iron deficiency, due to heavy bleeding (in addition to bleeding outside the body / skin can also occur bleeding in the internal organs that are not visible), chronic diseases (kidney failure, tumors), and abnormal formation blood.
Therefore, the things you can do right now are:
Get plenty of rest (6-8 hours a day) Eat nutritious foods, make sure your iron needs are fulfilled. Foods that contain high iron such as beans, spinach, chicken / beef liver, etc. Adequate water consumption (2 L / day) Regular exercise / physical activity, avoid prolonged stay in a small room and stare at a TV or smartphone screen If dizziness is still common, avoid driving a motor / car (as a driver) When moving position (sleeping-sitting, sitting-standing, standing-sleeping), do it slowly and gradually, not suddenly. Position changes change the blood pressure needed by the heart pump to fight gravity. Routine medical check-ups in health facilities, for basic checks, such as vital signs, routine blood tests, etc. Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption If you have already try to do a healthy lifestyle for several weeks and the symptoms are still frequently appearing, I suggest to check with a general practitioner or specialist in internal medicine, so that a more complete examination, and if necessary given appropriate treatment.
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