The Head Often Gets Dizzy After A Bump?
, good afternoon, want to ask, do I need to check my pain again, why does my head often get dizzy so much if my head has a lot to move or it is shaking, after bumping a few times it has been around for 3 days it hasn’t gone away. When a relapse occurs when I want to stand up in a sleeping position and vice versa, after being powered up, I will feel very dizzy, and I will definitely feel in pain until I scream hysterically. in the hindbrain. Is this dangerous
Hi Vivi .. Thank you for the question.
Dizziness is a sensation that your head feels heavy, your environment feels like it's spinning, and you feel out of balance. Dizziness can be caused by several things such as:
Vertigo Disorders of blood circulation, for example low blood pressure / hypotension, heart rhythm disorders Dehydration / lack of fluids Hypoglycemia / low blood sugar fatigue, stress, having a lot of thoughts), cluster headache, occipital neuralgia, head injury in the last 3 months. If your complaint is felt to be very heavy, disturbing activities, visual disturbances, memory problems, stiff neck, fever, speech problems, fainting, then it's a good idea to see a neurologist. So that doctors can do a physical examination directly and can be supported by X-rays, CT scans, or MRI to find out the cause of your complaint.
Meanwhile, what you can do includes:
Enough daily water needs to avoid dehydration If you are going to change position from lying down to standing or vice versa then do it slowly and not in a hurry Avoid caffeine and smoking Avoid driving when complaints arise Eat nutritious foods and eat regularly Hopefully this is useful