Often dizzy,what is going on?

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asked in Internal Medicine by JANIE
Often  dizzy,what is going on?

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answered by KRISTINE
First: fatigue is the main symptom of anemia. General anemia is caused by iron deficiency, the body is iron deficiency, it is easy to produce lack of brain oxygen supply, it is easy to produce vertigo.
Second: if the body is seriously lack of water, it will cause the phenomenon of dehydration. If the human dehydrates, the brain will be in disorder, and the body temperature will increase and heart rate will accelerate when it is dehydrated. So if you feel very thirsty and get dizzy, you can drink a large glass of water to try. Do not wait for thirst to drink water at ordinary times, this time is already a state of water shortage.
Third: vertigo is also related to blood pressure and hypoxia. If blood pressure suddenly decreases or squats suddenly stands up, it is easy to get dizziness. This is also a normal phenomenon.
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Some people are susceptible to allergies, which is also a possibility to cause vertigo. Occasionally, vertigo can't be explained. If it is more frequent, it is best to go to the hospital.
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answered by SADIE
Dizziness, also known as vertigo, is a subjective sensation. It can be divided into two categories: one is vertigo vertigo, mostly caused by dysfunction of vestibular nervous system and cerebellum, and the sensation of dumping is the main cause, and it feels itself shaking or scene rotation. The general dizzy, caused by some systemic diseases, to dizziness feeling, feel top-heavy. Classification and common disease dizziness is a common symptom, not an independent disease. Therefore, we can classify the diseases that cause dizziness, so that we have a deeper understanding of the "dizziness". 1. rotatory vertigo can be divided into two types: peripheral vertigo and central vertigo according to its cause. (1) peripheral vertigo: vertigo caused by the lesion of the inner ear or the vestibule nerve. Common in Meniere's disease "has been translated, Meniere's disease), vertigo, labyrinthitis drugs (caused by streptomycin or gentamicin after administration) and vestibular neuritis. (2) central vertigo: the vertigo caused by the brain stem, the cerebellum, the brain and the spinal cord. It is common in the insufficiency of vertebrobasilar artery, intracranial tumor, intracranial infection, multiple sclerosis, vertigo epilepsy and traumatic vertigo. 2. general vertigo (1) cardiogenic vertigo is common in arrhythmia and cardiac dysfunction. (2) pulmonary vertigo: a variety of causes of pulmonary insufficiency. (3) ocular vertigo is common in ametropia, fundus arteriosclerosis, bleeding and ophthalmoplegia. (4) blood pressure vertigo: high blood pressure or hypotension can cause vertigo. (5) other: cervical vertebra disease, anemia, fever, acute gastroenteritis, endocrine disorders and neurosis can cause dizziness. Dizziness is caused by the dilatation of the blood vessels of the skin, the increase of blood flow and the decrease of the blood of the brain. The emergence of this phenomenon may be due to exposure to a long time in the sun, too long to take a hot bath, or to be nervous and angry. In addition to the above reasons, the lack of vitamins, hormone secretion, menopause, or autonomic dysregulation are also factors that cause dizziness. According to the different reasons, dizziness is also divided into the following. Only the face was hot and the hands and feet were cold - most often in women about 50 years old. Most of it is due to the maladjustment of hormone secretion in menopause. The endocrine glands and hormones in the body can cope with the physical activity of the body and the external temperature, and have the function of regulating the body to operate smoothly. During menopause, the secretion of sex hormones decreases or even stops, and the body produces many changes. Besides stiff shoulders and headache, there are also symptoms of dizziness and cold hands and feet. The dizziness of the sudden onset: the disorder of the autonomic nervous disorder. It can also be called a kind of vascular motor nerve. Most of them appear on women with symptoms such as headache, glare, burnout, and cold lower body. Dizziness often occurs when the body is full of fever. If accompanied by intense palpitation and body trembling, it is a phenomenon of hyperthyroidism. This is due to excessive secretion of thyroxine, which makes the metabolism vigorous, and feels hot and dizzy all the time. In addition, it may also be hypertension. If the blood pressure is too high to stay, the dizziness will continue, and at the same time, there will be headache. There is the risk of stroke. We should pay special attention to it. If dizziness is accompanied by any other symptoms, be sure to consult a doctor. If it is not the dizziness caused by disease, it can be improved without having to see a doctor. On weekdays, it is important to exercise moderately and eat more vitamins, protein and iron food. Carrot juice can treat cold dizziness, hands and feet caused by fear of cold, and dizziness. It is probably caused by autonomic nervous disorder or menopause disorder. Carrots can warm the body, but also can inhibit dizziness, it is suitable for those with the above symptoms. If you add honey, the effect is better. Carrots can also help the stomach and intestines to help digestion and bowel movement; therefore, it is a good food for people with gastrointestinal weakness, inexorable appetite and constipation. Especially for people who have long constipation, carrots are more effective after mashed mud. Especially the carrots are most effective. Fresh Carrot Juice 1, five hundred grams of carrots, cut into appropriate size, placed in a mortar mash. 2. The juice is squeezed out with gauze. 3, add a tablespoon of honey in the carrot juice. Kelp juice can prevent hypertension and goiter kelp have lower blood pressure, therefore due to hypertension induced dizziness is very effective; also contains large amounts of iodine, since ancient times is considered the treatment cure thyroid abnormalities, so suitable due to thyroid enlargement dizziness. In particular, the decocted juice of kelp is the most effective. Kelp thirty grams six hundred grams of water, fry half water, three times a day, fasting drinking. When the dizziness is treated 1, lie down in the most comfortable state and relax the clothes on the body. 2. If there is a fever, apply ice. 3, dim the indoor light, relax the body and mind 4. If the autonomic nervous disorders cause, the feet will feel hot. If it is cold, it is best to keep warm. Other recommendations: spinach can be used to treat dizziness caused by high blood pressure. The spinach is hot in hot water, and then fried with sesame oil. It can be often eaten.
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