The Cause Is Often Dizzy And Easy To Pass Out?
Afternoon doctor, I Dwi I was 13 years old at birth I had a necklace of intestinal twins twice … since I sat in class 5sd I often fainted … and I also sometimes feel dizzy, do I have anemia?
Have you had your period? Dizziness and fainting complaints can be caused by anemia. Anemia is a condition of red blood cell deficiency, causing complaints easily limp, tired, dizzy, to pounding and shortness of breath. The cause can be due to many factors such as lack of nitration (iron, folic acid, vitamin B12), malignancy, chronic disease, genetic, congenital, severe bleeding, thalassemia, and malignancy.
To ensure anemia, anamnesis, physical examination and blood tests are needed. Handling of anemia will be adjusted to the patient's condition and also the cause, both with supplements to blood transfusions if necessary.
But in addition to anemia, dizziness and fainting can also be caused by various other medical conditions, such as having a fever, lack of rest, tension headaches, migraine, low blood pressure, dehydration, heart problems, severe pain, extreme fear, or extreme anxiety, hyperventilation ( too much and fast when breathing), low blood sugar.
If you experience dizziness so often and faint, the best step you can take is to see a doctor directly. The doctor will be able to carry out the checks needed to determine the cause of the dizziness and fainting that you are experiencing. Furthermore, the doctor can provide more appropriate treatment for you.
Some tips you can do:
Get enough rest and don't stay up
Don't eat too late
Eat healthy and nutritious foods
Regular light exercise, such as swimming, walking leisurely, cycling
When you start to get dizzy, immediately sit or lie down
Avoid sudden movements
Make sure to drink enough water every day
Hope it helps you,