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Qwop Sleeping Position
Not known: The exact cause of sids is not known; however, there are risks now known. One of these is body position in bed. The idea behind back sleeping is that neck muscles and trunk muscles are not entirely formed so airway compromise can be more likely to occur and unlike in grown child or adult, babies cannot turn themselves over. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dizzyspell on getting up AM from lying to sitting on bed Take Bisoprolol 2.5mg in evening .Next day checked BP lying down 110/56 sitting 122/66 ideas?
The Bisoprolol could: easily contribute to positional blood pressure changes that make you dizzy. There was probably a change in your hydration status between the first day and the second when you had normal BP and were not dizzy. The first day you were probably a little dehydrated. Maintain good hydration and you should in general be asymptomatic. ...Read more
I am experiencing low blood pressure (hypotension), dizziness (better by: rest) (worsened by: changing head position, lying flat, sitting upright,...
I am experiencing lightheadedness, headache and dizziness (better by: rest) (worsened by: changing head position, lying flat, sitting upright) .
You may have low: Blood Pressure causing dizziness whenever you rise from lying down. Check BP lying, sitting,standing. Wait 1 minute after each change in position. Also, make a note of the pulse. If pulse rises more than 20bpm or systolic BP falls by 20mmHg, you are volume depleated( dehydrated ). Other causes-ear cong.,heart dz, etc. See doc if persists. ...Read more
Would having your bloodpressure checked while lying down give a different reading than in sitting position?
BPchange: The blood pressure ie dynamic process, it can change from minuite to minuite..Gravity plays a great role in blood pressure.It also depends in what you are doing at the time.Pleasurable thoughts calm mind and mindfulness all play a part in blood presure.Some times lyuing down slows the metabolism and sudddenly getting up will lower BP for a short time..There are many more mechanisms are involved. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sleeping on recliner for 7 days.Some discomfort on sides.Warm sensation on lower back comes and goes.Taking amoxicillian.Stop sleeping on recliner?
Was reading abt torsion.Saw rt testicle lying cmfrtably in horizntl position.Tried to corrct it to vertical position now puling pain sleeping rt.Side?
As above: It may be better to discuss this with u urologist. ...Read more
Sporatic dizziness laying in one position like the bed was standing up, up and closing eyes tilting head back, turning over in bed, standing, headache?
Chronic pericarditis. SLE. Sleep sitting up.Overnight trip w no recliner had to prop w pillows at much lower angle. Severe pain x12h. When better?
Can sleep positions affect height? Does sleeping w/ 1 leg bent in fetal position or legs straight (feel bit pulling behind knees) add height in adults
Not really: Any comfortable sleeping position may be used, and none of the positions add height more than any other position. All the comfortable positions will add the same slight amount of height, because weight is taken off the spine during sleep (the vertical downward force of gravity is not acting vertically upon a person's spine, during typical sleep in a bed). The effect goes away, when one stands up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Severe back pain only when laying down, at night, or standing after sitting. Switching positions in bed does nothing. Bad Headache when awake?
Pelvic girdle ?: 38y w. HA, back pain lying/standing, not sitting. Sitting: both ischial prominences contact seat surface forcing sacroiliac joints, SIJ, into neutral anatomic positions. Sleep: surface ground forces translate around pelvic bony ring to loose/pained SIJ. Standing: upper body weight upon SIJ's; torquing loose SIJ. Loose SIJ evokes functional scoliosis as upright, head tilt & neck muscle tension HA. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am experiencing dizziness (worsened by: changing head position, after exercise, hot weather, lying flat, sitting upright, prolonged standing) , ...
I am experiencing dizziness (worsened by: changing head position, after exercise, sitting upright, prolonged standing) and headache (side: left) ...
Go see doctor: You need to be examined. Now could be very simple issue but you still will. We'd to see your doctor for diagnosis and treatment for you ...Read more