Feel Dizzy, Nausea Accompanied By Frequent Sweating Of The Head?
, already 3 hours ago I was dizzy and nauseous. Eating late. In addition, my head was running out of sweat … But my body was not hot. Even though the oil is warm, but it’s not getting better. How’s this? Thank you
Thank you for the question.
Complaints of dizziness and nausea can be caused by several things, but to ensure that you need to explain again complaints that you have, such as triggers dizziness and nausea (position, light, stress), the type of dizziness experienced (spinning dizziness, or even headaches, such as being tied , severe pain), accompanying symptoms such as watery eyes, vomiting, abdominal pain, or diarrhea, and a history of eating and drinking, a history of medication or previous illnesses.
Basically dizziness and nausea can be caused by:
Vertigo, disturbed balance in the ear, usually spinning is affected by position. Migraine, headaches accompanied by nausea, vomiting, dyspepsia syndrome, disruption of stomach acid production that can trigger nausea Food poisoning Dizziness and nausea are not something to worry about, but they are very annoying. If you have recommended at home but dizziness and nausea do not improve in a matter of days, you can check with your doctor so that the doctor can ask for further complaints, do a physical examination, or supporting examination, so the doctor can provide drug therapy such as anti-nausea, or medications that relieve dizziness.
Here are things you can do at home:
Take over-the-counter pain relievers such as paracetamol, stomach medications that contain antacids, and nausea which can be bought freely. Slowly change position from lying-sitting-standing. Avoid moving the head or neck suddenly. Get adequate rest, good nutrition, and drink 2-3L per day. Avoid foods that contain acid, spicy, or drinks that contain caffeine. Avoid hawking outdoors. Hope this helps ..