White Vision When Standing?
I am 16 years old, this year is 17. At the time when I stood, who was sitting for quite a long time, my eyes became white with dizziness so that when I walked I became unbalanced. What are these symptoms? Does it need to be dealt with anyway? Thank you in advance..
Complaints in the form of a white vision accompanied by dizziness and difficulty in maintaining balance when long sat down can be influenced by various factors, so it is necessary to have a medical examination beforehand so that doctors can understand what is actually experienced by Cynthia. As for some things that can be considered are
Anemia, although anemia there are many types, in general the symptoms of anemia are dizziness, blurred vision or blank vision, dizziness, fatigue, shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, cold hands and feet, and even faint hypotension, are conditions where blood pressure is too low so that blood supply to important organs such as the brain is not optimal, the result will be complaints such as blurred or blank vision, dizziness, difficulty maintaining balance, palpitations, fainting Hypoglycemia, is a condition where levels blood sugar that is too low, usually occurs in those who do not eat for a very long time or can also be due to other medical conditions such as diabetes, for example, symptoms such as dizziness, fatigue, trembling, feeling hungry, vision problems, difficulty concentrating, fainting Migraine Dehydration and / or vertigo, both of which can have the initial symptoms lum migraine or vertigo attacks called aura, one aura is in the form of blurred vision or sparkling light which is then accompanied by headaches and / or loss of balance. However, the above conditions are only limited to the possibility, what Cynthia experienced could be different from the conditions mentioned above, so do not hesitate to check with your doctor so that the doctor can conduct a health examination, so that the information obtained can be more so that the doctor can determine what conditions are the source of problems for complaints that Cynthia experienced, and with information The doctor can also determine the treatment and what efforts are most appropriate to overcome them.
Some tips for Cynthia to do are
Eat regularly 3 times / day, and try to consume food that meets the rules of balanced nutrition. We recommend that you do not do extreme diets, such as not eating for too long. Drink plenty of water. When you sit down for a long time, you should rise slowly and don't walk right away until you feel sure that complaints in vision there are no problems or in maintaining equilibrium, to minimize falls or stumble. Hopefully useful