Often Feel Dizzy And Spinning?
Greetings I am a 25-year-old woman, I often suddenly feel dizzy, if I feel like I’m in a boat and if I bend down, I will usually disappear if I rest and sit for a while. Because I experienced the same thing, but follow the feeling of nausea and spin when the head turned and tried to get up, my blood pressure 102/69 is that considered low? because to my knowledge the hypotension is below 90/60. Explanation please
Hello Rahaditarara, Thank you for the question.
Have you consulted with further doctors? Dizziness can be described differently by each person. Dizziness can be interpreted as a sensation of spinning, a sensation of loss of balance, a sensation of floating, or a sense of fainting. Because of the different meanings, these complaints can be caused by very varied health conditions.
Complaints of spinning are also known as vertigo. This complaint can be caused by:
benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), which is caused by disorders of the inner ear
In addition, dizziness can also be caused by hypoglycemia, dehydration, anemia, low blood pressure, impaired heart function, and others. Normal blood pressure ranges from 90/60 mmHg to 120/80 mmHg. Thus, your blood pressure is normal. Someone said to have low blood pressure (hypotension) if the blood pressure is below 90/60 mmHg.
Due to the large number of possible causes of your complaint, a further examination by a doctor is needed. Please check with your doctor immediately. Your doctor needs to ask about your symptoms, do a check on you, and if necessary do other tests such as blood tests, CT scans, MRI, and others. From this examination, the doctor will find out the cause and provide treatment in accordance with these conditions.
For now, please do the following suggestions:
get enough rest for 7-9 hours per day
consume food regularly and increase consumption of nutritious foods
sufficient water consumption, especially if physical activity is heavy
avoid sudden changes in body and head position
Hopefully this information helps you.