Overcoming Dizziness And Nausea And Stiffness In The Back Of The Neck
Dock. Last week I checked with the midwife because I had complaints of dizziness and nausea. After being checked by the midwife I had low blood pressure and mag, but until now my back neck and head are still dizzy. What are the symptoms of low blood cholesterol? Because a month ago I checked my cholesterol, which turned out to be 236, which is high, right? I want to ask what is the difference between the symptoms of low blood pressure and cholesterol.
Thank you for the question.
Dizziness and nausea, most often do occur due to low blood pressure (hypotension). Can also, dizziness and nausea occur due to other factors, such as anemia, hypoglycemia, dehydration, dyspepsia (heartburn), viral or bacterial infections, lack of sleep, fatigue, hormonal disorders, drug effects, heart problems, allergies, stress, metabolic disorders , liver disorders, vertigo, migraines, and many other medical conditions. Hypercholesterolemia (high blood cholesterol, more than 200 mg / dL) can also cause dizziness. But often, dizziness due to hypercholesterolemia is more felt as a head that feels heavy or painful. Not infrequently, hypercholesterolemia does not even cause any clinical symptoms.
To improve dizziness and nausea, we suggest that you first do the following suggestions:
Compress warm stomach nausea
Eat regularly, in small portions
Reduce eating spicy, sour, gassed, fatty foods and caffeinated drinks
If it's true that your cholesterol is high, reduce consumption of foods that contain lots of trans fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol
Drink more water, preferably also consume foods that are easily digested
Go to sleep early, and exercise more diligently
Don't think too much
If with the above efforts your complaint still does not subside, or if you appear vomiting, shortness, severe headaches, high fever, and other complaints that are more severe, do not hesitate to check yourself directly to the doctor or internal medicine doctor to be treated more continue ...
I hope this helps.