The View Is Dark And Shaded At Night?
I am a 36th single man, working at the computer every day, exercising once a week badminton. Because busy, exercise paused for a month. After going to start badminton again a week ago, in the middle of the game my eyes suddenly blurred at the sight of the dark and wanted to pass out even though usually playing 2-3 sets is still strong, what’s my problem?
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There are many things that can trigger the appearance of symptoms as you experience them, some of which are:
dehydration or lack of fluids
hypoglycemia or lack of blood glucose
moderate emotions (including too excited, too panicked, too anxious, too angry, scared, etc.)
use of certain drugs or excessive alcohol consumption
orthostatic hypotension or orthostatic tachycardia (increased heart rate when changing positions)
certain diseases such as disorders of the heart or disorders of the blood vessels in the brain
If the dark vision and feeling of fainting only occur once, chances are that you are experiencing dehydration or hypoglycemia (for example, because you are not eating or you skip meals). Make sure you drink adequate amounts before and after you exercise to prevent dehydration, and also make sure your calorie needs are met if you want to do strenuous exercise. Sometimes lack of sleep and lack of rest, conditions where the gym is too hot can also cause dizziness and a sense of fainting during exercise.
If these symptoms occur continuously (often repeatedly), you should consult a neurologist so that further evaluation and management can be done.