Overcome Headaches With Nausea?
I am a teacher. My routine must be at school max at 06.30 WIB. I’m used to not having breakfast at home. what has become my problem lately, when I teach, or even during a flag ceremony, I sometimes suddenly feel very dizzy and feel very nauseous. If there is food in my stomach, I’m sure everything will come out. I usually deal with it by rushing into the office to sit down and drink some warm water. I want to ask, what about my body? please analyze the doctor, thank you in advance
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Breakfast is an important activity that is often underestimated. In fact, if your activities are mostly done in the morning until noon, then you need a lot of nutritional intake. These nutrients are ideally obtained by consuming a healthy and nutritious breakfast.
The habit of not having breakfast can cause dizziness and nausea, as you are experiencing right now. When you don't eat breakfast, the source of nutrients that support brain work will be reduced due to hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) or dehydration (lack of fluids). This will make it easier for you to feel dizzy, even in severe conditions it can trigger a decrease in consciousness (fainting). In addition, when there is no food source to digest, the parietal cells in your stomach wall will be stimulated to produce excess acid. This condition can trigger a set of symptoms called dyspepsia syndrome, one of which can be nausea.
We recommend that if your complaints recur and recur, you should immediately go to an internal medicine specialist. If necessary, the doctor may perform further tests, such as laboratory tests, x-rays, ultrasound, or endoscopy. Through this examination, other possible causes of dizziness and nausea can also be ruled out, such as anemia, brain tumors, head injuries, or other bacterial and viral infections.
In the meantime, you should pay attention to your diet again. Get in the habit of eating regularly at the same time every day (don't forget to eat breakfast). Avoid empty stomach for too long, ie by eating little but often. When you feel nauseous, reduce the consumption of gassy, sour, spicy, and fatty foods. Drink plenty of 8-12 glasses per day, get enough rest, and exercise regularly.
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah