The Cause Is Often Dizziness And Nausea?
In the afternoon, I want to ask, almost every afternoon I feel dizzy head feels so heavy, but not shaking and sometimes nausea.
Hi Denia, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Dizziness is caused by many possibilities. So to handle it appropriately it is necessary to look for the exact cause of the dizzy itself. Dizziness is often equated with a headache, but in fact the two things are different. Dizziness occurs when a person feels a spinning sensation or disturbance of body balance or a sensation such as wanting to pass out accompanied by nausea to vomiting. Some things that can cause dizzy complaints include:
Hypoglycemia, a condition in which blood sugar levels are below normal Dehydration, body deficiency Anemia, red blood cell deficiency Low blood pressure Fatigue Vertigo Infection of the middle ear Anxious or depressed To differentiate the possible causes above it is necessary to conduct in-depth medical interviews, complete physical examination, and examination supplemental (for example blood tests). Therefore, seeing a doctor directly is highly recommended, especially if the complaint is felt to have severely limited daily activities, it also aims to get you a complete examination.
For now, some things you can do are:
Get enough rest Regular exercise Consumption of healthy and nutritious food Drink lots of water Avoid sudden changes in position So, hopefully useful