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Causes Of Giddiness
What causes giddyness when getting up or laying down, bending over etc sometimes i feel that i will fall if i don't hang on to something ?
Dizzy: Usually dizziness on standing equals not enough blood flow getting to the brain...Not unusual when mild. Gravity pulling it down to the legs and not enough pressure to go upward from heart to brain against gravity. Bending over...?Related to cardiac output obstruction, aortic valve disease. Common dizziness on standing causes: dehydration, BP meds, neuropathy, parkinson's. ...Read more
Many things: Many things can cause these symptoms. Dehydration; medication side effects such as being on antihypertensive agents or others that affect your blood pressure; hyperventilation; anxiety attacks; intoxication with alcohol or other recreational drugs; heart problems; neurological issues; etc. If you want help in your own case, please see your family physician for an evaluation. ...Read more
Sometimes when I stand up after squatting, I felt giddiness in me. What's the likely cause of this symptom?
Pulse lag: When you get up suddenly, your heart has to pump fast to supply the brain. Squatting for a long time also encourages blood pooling at the lower parts of the body making this job even harder. Try not to allow yourself to squat for too long at one time and rise up slowly. Be sure that you are not dehydrated or anemic. If this happens often, see doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See your physician: Giddiness= dizziness may be from middle ear problem, menieres syndrome, sinus problems, tmj, as well as other medical conditions. Various medications may cause this. Changes in blood pressure, changes in blood sugar level. You need to first see your internist physician who may refer you to a specialist for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Giddy?: Not sure what you mean by giddy but its good you pay attention to changes in your body. Consider changes in how much sleep, caffeine, sugar you are getting or changes in medications. Do you know how to check your pulse to make sure it is between 60 and 100, possibly lower if you are an athlete. If you know your normal pulse rate, it should be within 5 beats of that. If uncomfortable, see a dr. ...Read more
Sometimes during work i suddenly start feeling giddiness. What is the instant solution to remove giddiness so that i can work properly?
Cause?: The best way to control the "giddiness" is to find out the cause. There are so much variables which you haven't provided that it's hard to know what to say. It could be a drug side effects, reaction to food intake/caffeine/additives, adrenal/thyroid issues, psychological causes.... ...Read more
Work activities?: I'm not sure of your specific definition of "giddiness" -- do you mean dizziness, or possibly frivolous and lighthearted? Also i don't know what work you do. If you're dizzy at work, look at the positions you get in for work activities, and make sure you're drinking enough water to not get dehydrated (could lead to dizziness). If you mean lightheartedness, it might make your workday more happy. ...Read more
Depends: If your baseline blood pressure is higher than 100/70 then it could be an issue. Dizziness and giddiness can be signs of low blood pressure. Checking your pulse and standing, sitting and lying down blood pressures could be very helpful. I would encourage you to see your doctor. Good luck ...Read more
Please see doctor: This unbalancing and giddiness could be many things, including a form of vertigo. Your family physician can help by examining you to determine the cause of your symptoms. If needed, s/he can also refer you for specialist care. If vertigo, there are helpful treatments for this condition. ...Read more
First of all i want to thank the consultant going to answer to me; when i go out from a low light working place to sun light, i feel giddiness.Why sir?
No true answer: If you have been in low light for a long time--the body natural likes it rhythm set by light exposure through a set in the pineal gland. ...Read more
Giddiness: This depends on the type of meditation you're doing -- which i don't know. For instance, if using rapid, deep breathing in meditation you could hyperventilate and become dizzy ["giddy"]. Or, you could be sitting in a position that constricts blood flow somehow [crossed legs, etc]. For some people, meditation can be difficult because they rely on external orienting stimuli to feel grounded. ...Read more
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