Dizziness To The Neck Accompanied By Nausea, Vomiting After Exercise?
Hello I want to ask, I’ve experienced this many times. So, I often exercise if I haven’t eaten, after that exercise I usually feel a bit dizzy in the nape of my neck but gradually get sicker, and I usually eat quite a lot, but then within 2-3 hours my stomach is bloated, nauseous, vomiting (like catching a cold), this pain is usually 1-2 days. Why is this? I often experience this. And for example, I eat before sports, this sometimes happens sometimes not, even strangely usually if people eat before sports will experience a “grunt” but this does not happen to me 🙂 I usually play basketball / futsal. And this usually also occurs when swimming (especially frequent headaches in the neck)
Hello Juan, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Complaints that you experience can be caused by several conditions such as dyspepsia syndrome, stomach acid disease, muscle tension in the neck region due to wrong / repetitive movements, dehydration, vertigo or lack of blood sugar.
At the time of going to exercise alone it is advisable to keep eating light foods that are quite a lot of carbohydrates about 2 hours before exercising to avoid increasing gastric excess and also lack of blood sugar, and to ensure sufficient energy during exercise. After exercise it is also not recommended to eat too much and in a short time because it can cause complaints such as you experience it.
In the meantime, if you are going to exercise try eating light snacks first such as bread, chocolate and others, and avoid eating much immediately after exercise. Also maintain fluid intake every time you exercise. It is also advisable to warm up and cool down sufficiently every time you exercise. If complaints of pain / dizziness are very disturbing, you can try taking paracetamol according to the dosage of the packaging. However, if the complaint is felt continuously or increasingly severe, you are encouraged to consult the complaint further to the doctor.
I hope this helps.