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Can Caffeine Cause Vertigo
Individual sensitivi: The only answer this would be the you have individual sensitivity or susceptibility to this caused by the caffeine. It is well-known that caffeine worsens hand tremors. In addition, it would generally increase reflexes. However, when it comes to chemicals in the brain, no two people are alike. This is also why you would have dizziness when other people don't. ...Read more
Can too much caffeine cause an aneurysm or stroke in a young healthy adult w no family history of cv disease? Lots of dizziness and nausea last 2 days
Allergy, intolerance, or viral? I get vertigo when I eat nuts, chocolate and caffeine, and basic dizziness from other foods. Started after shingles.
Inner ear issues?: If the nerves related to your inner ear get swollen they could easily result in feelings of vertigo/dizziness. Perhaps the foods are causing the nerves to swell? Post nasal drip and eustachian tube dysfunction might do it. Chinese medicine or cranial osteopathy might help. Diazepam is a western medication that would effectively treat symptoms. ...Read more
Frequent occorunces of Vertigo and unstableness. Any sugestions to prevent vertigo? Been told I could have meneirs, avoid caffeine and any high sugar foods but vertigo still ocurs, sometimes feel like my neck or back is "moving" like jelly
Vertigo: Much more information needed to respond in useful way ...Read more
Why after a cup of tea I felt cold flu and restless accompany by dizziness. Am I allergy to caffeine or tea leave?
Hmmm...: What do you mean by anxiety? In my way of thinking, caffeine (espcially in normal amounts) as a drug does not have the pharmacological property of causing ANXIETY. However, EXCESS caffeine usage in an individual can, by a different number of ways (i.e. too much as in Energy drinks, withdrawal as in cutting back or sudden cold turkey) cause jitteriness, nervoussness, shakiness, etc. ...Read more
All stimulants: Work like adrenaline, and increase the body's metabolic rate, so we burn more fuel to ensure that we can meet the "fight or flight" response. So we burn sugar more rapidly, and the low blood sugar actually further increases adrenaline and related chemicals (like dopamine) leading to a vicious cycle. ...Read more
Bloodvessel dilation: Caffeine withdrawal headache is the result of temporarily increased sensitivity to a natural body chemical called Adenosine which dilates blood vessel to cause headache. When caffeine is being consumed, Adenosine receptors are blocked and the body responds by producing more Adenosine receptors. If no caffeine then body has excessive Adenosine on receptors that dilates blood vessel that createspain. ...Read more
Maybe, if...: ... you're a lab rat being given huge doses. No evidence caffeine is "neurotoxic" in us. "Neurotoxicity" used as you are using it is like saying your car has "engine trouble": It's meaningless without a specific definition. Which nerves? We have a lot of different kinds. Timeline? Permanent or temporary? What is specific pathology? There are all kinds of qualifiers. ...Read more
Yes: But if used too often it can cause rebound headaches.Caffeine is also known as an "analgesic adjuvant, " which means that it is an ingredient added to pain relievers to make them work more effectively. Medical research has conclusively demonstrated that caffeine, when combined with Aspirin or acetaminophen, can significantly improve effectiveness in relieving tension-type headache and migraine. This is from the national headache foundation website. ...Read more
No: Caffeine consumption does not interfere with your visual field data. If, however, you are extremely jittery, you may be more nervous and overly responsive with the hand held clicker which may lead to higher percentage of false positives and fixation losses. The latter decreases the reliability of the visual died results. ...Read more
If person had prispism once before due to meds, is there a possibility that caffeine can induce it to happen again? Can caffeine cause blood to stay?
I was told when I was about 17 that I had caffeine deposits in my breasts, what are caffein deposits in the breasts and what causes them? I'm baffled!
Caffeine metabolism: Caffeine is metabolized by a liver enzyme. If you have a particular common gene mutation what is known as a snp (single nucleotide) polymorphism) you may be a rapid metabolizer of caffeine, which means it gets broken down more quickly generally requiring you to have to take in more before feeling any effect. If you were a slow metabolizer you would feel the effect more quickly and stronger. ...Read more
Uncommon: Caffeine being a stimulant could activate itching but would be an uncommon response. However if you demonstrate the effect repeatedly, it must be valid that it affects you in that manner and I suppose you could block the reaction by taking an antihistamine a half hour before drinking a caffeinated beverage. ...Read more
Best to avoid: Pancreatitis is an inflammation of a gland near your stomach that produces enzymes. The most common triggers are from stoppage of gallbladder, alcohol intake or medications. Many times we cannot determine the trigger. While I have not seen an initial bout I linked to caffeine, its use may further inflame the pancreas or cause you to loose fluids you need to heal. Would be best to avoid. ...Read more
Why would an amount as small as 50mg of caffeine cause me to feel symptoms of a caffeine overdose?
Depends: 50mg of caffeine is a relatively small amount of caffeine. What symptoms are you feeling? If you are naive to caffeine it is possibly you could have symptoms such as increased heart rate and anxiety. Also, if you took a caffeine pill it is possible your body has absorbed this more quickly than usual. ...Read more
When can I feel better if started back drinking fluids with caffeine in it? Cause while I was sick I was drinking sprite for several weeks.
I rarely ever have caffeine, but today I took a caffeine pill. Could this have caused overdose for my body or am I just super sensitive to caffeine?
BP great, LBBB diagnosed, cath was excellent w/slightly elevated EDP, no dyastolic dys. What causes it if all else is perfect? Is caffeine bad for it?
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