Dizziness When Looking Away And Beats On The Toe?
I want to ask, if we feel dizzy when looking away in any direction is it reasonable? Because this is the first time when I look away I feel dizzy, then there is a pulse on the ring finger to the left of my foot, even though I didn’t do anything else besides washing the dishes, please answer yes …
Hello Hakiki, thank you for the question on HealthReplies.com.
Dizziness is a complaint that can be caused by quite a number of conditions such as vertigo, meniere's disease, lack of blood sugar, dehydration, eye disorders and others.
However, if your complaint is felt specifically when you move your head, this can be caused because you move you too fast while your view is not focused enough to see, causing disruption of synchronization in the body's balance system, and the complaints arise dizziness. However, if the complaint is quite often felt or arises also in other circumstances, it is advisable to consult the complaint further to the doctor.
Regarding complaints of pulsations on your ring finger, these complaints can be caused by several conditions such as muscle cramps, involuntary muscle movements, or interference with the nerves that regulate the movement of your fingers. To be sure, you should consult further with your doctor, so it can be determined what causes it and what therapy should be given to you.
In the meantime, it's best if you don't move your head or make body movements quickly and suddenly (for example, wake up from sitting, wake up from sleep, stand up from squats, etc.), because it can only interfere with the body's balance system. Also recommended to maintain the eyes and so as not to experience fatigue. Also make sure you get enough rest, nutritional intake and fluid intake every day. Hindrai also does a pretty heavy job of using your fingers to prevent worsening, and use gloves when you do the dishes.
I hope this helps.