Why Do You Feel Dizzy Head Right, Vomiting And Nausea After Drinking Ice?
, when the sun is hot I drink ice and then experience dizziness on the right side, after that when I drink water when I also vomit and the stomach feels bad. Why is that? Explanation please
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Dizziness, vomiting, and discomfort in the stomach after consuming cold drinks can occur related to the drinks you consume, can also occur for other reasons.
Need to be clarified beforehand, are the drinks you consume processed clean? Besides water, is there another mixture added to the drink?
If the drink you consume is not processed cleanly, is not ripe, or contains a dangerous composition, complaints that you experience may arise due to the influence of the drink. In more severe conditions, severe stomach pain can also occur, diarrhea, excessive sweating, and many other complaints. If the drink you consume contains soda, caffeine, or is acidic, it can also increase stomach acid production so that the complaints that you experience.
Apart from the influence of the drink, dizziness, vomiting, and discomfort in the stomach that you feel can also occur due to late eating, food intolerance or malabsorption, poisoning, digestive infections, food allergies, obstructive ileus, urinary tract infections, hernias, bladder stones , other viral or bacterial infections, hormonal fluctuations before menstruation or early pregnancy, and so on.
As an initial treatment step, you can take the following suggestions:
Eat small portions but often Make sure the food and drinks you consume are processed clean, cooked, and do not contain harmful compositions. When you still feel nausea and vomiting, do not consume excessive spicy foods, fatty, and also contain a lot of gas. Compress stomach that feels uncomfortable with warm water. Get plenty of rest Get enough sleep However, if complaints continue for up to 3 days or more, or if you appear very massive vomiting (more than 10 times a day), fever, severe abdominal pain, diarrhea, and other more severe complaints, you should consult yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that it is handled appropriately and quickly yes ...
I hope this helps.