Sometimes Feeling Nauseous, Migrant?
Thank you for the question.
Dizziness, spinning, headaches, and nausea can occur due to many factors, for example:
Vertigo, spinning dizziness that can occur due to disruption in the center of balance in the inner ear or cerebellum
Migraine, throbbing headache, feels dominant on the side of the head, occurs due to neurovascular disorders in the brain
Other factors, such as anemia, hypotension, hypoglycemia, viral or bacterial infections, dyspepsia, brain tumors, head injuries, metabolic disorders, psychological disorders, drug effects, etc.
Your habit of consuming coffee every day can be one of the triggers of this condition, or not. To improve, you try to do the following steps first:
Sleep early and regularly
Don't change body position too fast
Take paracetamol to reduce headaches
Eat more regularly, small portions but often
Do not always eat foods that contain lots of salt and flavoring
Compress warm stomach nausea
Do not stress
Reduce, limit if necessary, consume coffee and other caffeinated beverages, such as tea, soda, chocolate, and energy drinks
Considering that COVID-19 is currently raging, the doctor's examination should be postponed unless there is an emergency. However, if severe headaches appear, vomiting a lot, mental confusion, stiff necking, fever for more than 3 days, even decreased consciousness, immediately check with your doctor or neurologist to be given further management huh ..
I hope this helps.