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Head Spins When Lying Down
Vertigo started in midday. Lasting a week so far. Keeping head straight is fine. Turning head get major vertigo. Lying down gets better a bit. Help?
Probably ear issue: At your age pure positional vertigo is probably due to a peripheral vestibular problem (in the inner ear). If you have no other symptoms and the neurological examination is normal, a rather simple office procedure (vestibular repositioning) can help. In rare cases a cerebellar problem can cause similar symptoms.
When I tilt my head from side to side, or back and forth it feels like fluid moving around, get vertigo mainly when lying down, and rising back up.
Last couple of weeks whenever I stand up from sitting of laying down. My head spins badly n everything around gets black so I kind of tends to fall.?
Postural issues?: As described, you appear to have some sort of postural issues, such as Low blood pressure possibly occuring with the change of your body posture. Dehydration or inadequate "fluid status" can be an issue so be sure to stay well hydrated. See a Dr. And get a Good exam with serial BP checks lying, sitting, and standing to properly diagnose you. Best wishes.See 1 more doctor answer
Last two weeks, feeling faint when I'm trying to get up from laying down, having problems concentrating, and sometimes vertigo while turning my head. During vertigo my eyes gloss over and I black out.
Can neck pain cause vertigo and dizziness when bending head and neck over or to the side? Or when laying down? It's not bppv (as told by my ent)
I have vertigo episodes, headache every day, clogged nose when laying down for bed, andmy head feels full, no sleep causing severe fatigue. Seen md?
Vertigo: Your vertigo is due to the backflow of mucus from your nose into your middle ears. Your sinuses also seem to be involved because of your headache.All your symptoms combined speech for an allergy problem. Talk to your doctor about the possibility of your high blood pressure pills causing part of your problem. You should also see an allergist for testing and medication.
2 mnths ago I was hit with BPPV (left ear). I still sometimes feel dizzy or get mild vertigo while laying to left or turning left after laying down.
Epley Maneuver: When BPPV returns, you can just start doing the Epley Maneuver again until it resolves. There's great diagrams and videos of it online. Just google "Epley Maneuver" and/or search it in YouTube. Hope that helps and hope you feel better soon. I'm available for consults if you'd like to discuss further.
When sitting down and placing my head down to look at my lap, I get neaseous that comes up to my chest. Vertigo?
I blew my nose and my head dropped down. Kind of like bounced down and back up. I was awake. Never lost conciseness. Is this vertigo?
Unclear: If you blow your nose hard, you sometimes can cause a syndrome like fainting. This is reduction of blood to the brain. Vertigo is a sensation of imbalance much like one gets on a merry go round. See your doctor for further definition of this problem. Try blowing your nose not so hard.
I have vertigo episode, my head spins when I lay down. This happen for a very first time. Should I go to the doctor.?
Getting dizzy: You describe vertigo look up BPPV there are clinical manouvers by your physical therapist can relive this symptom slow progresive symptoms are worisome for other brain causes. If asociated to hearing loss it may be Menieres disease then you should see a neurologistSee 1 more doctor answer
Wen walking u became off balance sudden and like dizzy spell feeling wen walking and head straight then looking down and up again head spins?
Positional vertigo: Is one possibility. Having otoliths in one of the semicircular canals may trigger vertigo with a change in head position relative to gravity (looking down the looking up) Another possibility is a neck problem (stimulation of a position sensor or less likely a compromise of blood flow) A third possibility is POTS (autonomic failure) Read about these things and if the problem persists see a Dr.
Possibly GERD or OH: I think of 2 things which could cause nausea by placing the head down. One would be reflux of acid into the esophagus and the 2nd is benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. Also, depends on what you mean by "head down"-- do you mean as in reclining back in the chair or placing head forward on the lap or between legs?See 1 more doctor answer
Frequent moments of vertigo. After fall down stairs and head contusion along with other injuries and tetnis shot. Nothing shown on c.T. Or xray.
Vertigo since 7/11. Had all kind of therapy and MRI (normal). Still a bit light headed when I lay down & turn to the right. I am on trilipix & cpap.?
Positional vertigo: Sounds like you have positional vertigo. Usually occurs with specific change in position. The spinning stops when you complete the position change or you return to your starting position. Dix- hallpike testing can verify which position sets you off. Balance testing will rule out inner ear, brain or eye related causes of vertigo. See an ENT for complete evaluation and testing. Neurologist may help.See 1 more doctor answer
Have difficulty when I lay down on the floor, stand up too long or head tilt for long period of time I get dizzy, lightheaded sometimes vertigo help.
Not normal: This description suggests a possible vascular phenomenon but it could also be related to inner ear or neurological factors. Recommend you see your doctor for evaluation.
I do have history of vertigo and low blood pressure. Is it normal that my head gets dizzy for a few second once I get up from a sitting position? Mostly when I m kneeling on the floor. Also, when I lie down flat on bed...my head can feel a bit dizzy. But
Yes orthostatic: This is probably orthostatic hypotension - the body needs to adjust when you move positions. I suspect this si why you feel dizzy. Your physician can clarify and be certain that your blood pressure is Ok Also your labs like blood counts are all OK and that there are not any circulatory or inner ear issues that could also be playing a role.See 3 more doctor answers
The side on which I lie down my nostril of that side blocks. If I lie down on my back both my nostrils are open. Are these signs of vertigo?
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