The Cause Of Frequent Dizziness After Eating And Sweating?
Mlm, sorry to bother me. Want to ask, why do I often get dizzy when I finish eating even though I eat regularly, when I take medicine at the food stall it feels hot and cold in my body and then it comes out Sweating a lot, why?
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Dizziness that feels dominant after eating may indicate decreased blood pressure. It should be noted, that after eating, the increased activity in the digestive tract needs to be supported by a large blood supply. This causes most of the blood in your body to concentrate in the area around the digestive tract. As a result, blood pressure to the brain will slightly decrease. Normally, this condition will be compensated by the heart by increasing the frequency and strength of the heartbeat. However, if this compensation mechanism does not work optimally, then dizziness will arise. This condition, in the medical realm is termed postprandial hypotension. In mild cases, complaints will not last long, but get better on their own without requiring special treatment. However, in more severe conditions, sufferers may experience cold sweat, palpitations, blurry vision, rapid breathing and pulse, even to the point of experiencing a decrease in consciousness (fainting).
It is not clear what triggers postprandial hypotension. However, many literature states that this incident is more commonly experienced by people with hypertension, or those who have problems with the part of the brain that regulates the autonomic nervous system, for example due to Parkinson's disease, diabetes, stroke, and so on.
Apart from postprandial hypotension, your complaints may also arise due to other causes, for example:
Lack of sleep Excess Psychological stress Viral or bacterial infections Hormonal changes, for example during early pregnancy, before menstruation Dyspepsia (increased stomach acid) Anemia (low blood hemoglobin) Hypoglycemia, etc. If complaints have recurred too often, you should check with your doctor immediately yes .. What kind of handling will be given will be adjusted to the originator of your complaints.
As a first step:
Get used to eating small portions Limit consumption of foods that contain high simple carbohydrates Drink lots of drinking Routine exercise 1 to 2 days, for example jogging, swimming, aerobic exercise, and so on to optimize heart work Do not consume excessive caffeine and alcohol Get plenty of rest Avoid sleeping too late Avoid illicit drug abuse. Hope this helps.