Solution To Overcome Severe Dizziness?
Hi, I’m a 6th semester student. My daily life is currently taking care of the revision after the trial. The revision is also not too complicated. And before the trial even though I was dizzy and I felt like stressed, my period still came out even though I had a blotchy spot, then after the menstrual acc was smooth. Maybe if it is likened to a CPU so hot it sounds until it sounds. Okay, back again, sorry … So, why is that like that, does it include stress again? Even though I already took medicine. Sometimes if I feel very dizzy, I take paracetamol, but if I feel dizzy I end up drinking asmef. Then sleep. I also took the medicine once when I felt dizzy. But still, when I wake up my head feels very dizzy, hot, and heavy. I once read the article if I sleep when I have a headache, it’s better to lie on my back, but because I don’t like it, I sleep on my side again / on my stomach. What do you do? Oh yeah, I stay up almost every day. So, I do go to bed early sometimes in the afternoon around 4/5 or even starting at 7 pm. Then, at 12 (an / over) at night I woke up to be erratic, did not sleep again because of dawn and went to college. Thank you before..
Hello Elwiz, thank you for the question on HealthReplies.com.
Reading complaints that you are experiencing right now, these complaints can indeed be caused by stress (because sometimes stress is not realized, but only shown through the body's response), but it can also be caused by other conditions such as tension headaches, fatigue, lack of rest, disruption anxiety, hormonal imbalances, or psychosomatic disorders.
Therefore, to ascertain what condition you are experiencing and what therapy should be given to you, it is strongly recommended that you see a doctor. The doctor will do a thorough evaluation through your complaints and physical condition, then determine what causes and best treatment. If indeed your condition is felt necessary to consult with other specialist doctors, your doctor will definitely give these recommendations to ensure you get optimal therapy.
In the meantime, there are some suggestions that you can try to reduce this complaint:
Get enough rest (at least 8 hours per day), regularly and also of good quality, it is also highly recommended to rest at a time that is normal for someone to rest
Try not to bring stress about the problems you are experiencing right now
Sleeping position as anything may be done, there are no specific recommendations
Still make sure you still get time to relax beyond all your busyness
Exercise in between your busy life to help reduce the stress you experience
Take a break for a while if the complaint is being felt, and continue your work after the complaint has decreased
Only use medicines given by your doctor
Also make sure you always eat foods that are nutritious and get enough fluids
I hope this helps.