Dizziness Feels Spinning Accompanied By Difficulty Sleeping And Often Feel Anxious?
afternoon, so in the past few days my head feels dizzy, clumsy, insomnia and often feel anxious what are the symptoms of this disease?
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Dizziness and pain often occur due to inadequate supply of blood flowing to the brain. This condition can be triggered by various factors, including one lack of sleep. Or, this condition can also arise due to dehydration (lack of fluids), anemia (low blood hemoglobin), hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), heart problems, lack of exercise, side effects of alcohol consumption, side effects of drugs, and various other causes. It could also, dizziness and pain caused by viral or bacterial infections, vertigo, head injuries, to tumors or infections in the brain.
Frequent anxiety that you experience can be common, but it can also reflect an illness. The condition is said to be normal if it appears with a reasonable intensity, does not persevere, and does not reduce the function of yourself, both in working, studying, interacting with the environment, and so on. If this complaint appears severe enough to make it difficult for you to sleep, then you need to be vigilant, it is feared this condition arises due to excessive anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, side effects of drugs or alcohol consumption, excessive consumption of caffeine, to other diseases, for example hyperthyroidism, glandular disorders adrenal, and so on.
It is better if you go directly to the doctor to identify exactly what triggers your complaints. If it is true that the originator mainly comes from excessive anxiety, which then makes you difficult to sleep, then feel dizzy and kliyengan, then the doctor can also refer you to a psychiatrist (psychiatrist) in order to obtain further management.
In the meantime, we urge you to go through the following steps:
Exercise every 1 to 2 days to maintain stamina and increase endurance
Eat regularly, do not delay
Vary your diet so that your nutritional needs are met properly
Limit your time staring at cellphones or other gadgets
Create a comfortable bedroom atmosphere so that the quality and quantity of your sleep improves
Do not consume excessive caffeine
Do not smoke
Do not carelessly consume drugs, especially drugs
Control the things that often make you anxious, face it, don't avoid it
Do not hesitate to ask for help from family, relatives, friends, or community leaders who are considered capable of providing solutions to your problems
Hope this helps ...