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Waking Up Dizzy Spinning
Quality of sleep: The first thing to consider is are you getting enough sleep. 8 hours is better, 7 is mandatory for most people to feel rested. Sleep apnea and depression are two very common reasons for morning tiredness. Your doctor can look at some details of what you mean by tired that might help know there is not another medical problem, for example thyroid disease. ...Read more
Many possible causes: Dizzyness is a very vague/nonspecific symptom. You could be feeling spinning (vertigo), faintness/lightheadedness, unsteadiness, etc., which could be inner ear, heart/blood pressure, or a neurologic problem, or maybe your blood sugar is low from not eating. Try to more precisely define your symptoms and confer with your general md if your symptoms are significant or persist. ...Read more
Pardon?: Your post reads like a statement but it ends with a question mark? Like this? Also your tense is not clear, i.e. "I feel dizzy" not "I felt dizzy"? Also what does "dizzy" mean? Vertigo or something else? Do you frantically hustle your kids off to the doctor if they wake up feeling "DIZZY" or do you do what most parents do: WAIT because most likely they'll be better by the next morning? ...Read more
While sleeping feel like I'm passing out so I wake up and wake up dizzy and light headed? Only sometimes
Many reasons: Dizziness after sitting up in bed too quickly can be due to orthostatic hypotension if your resting BP is too low or you're dehydrated. Dizziness caused by sudden head turning might suggest BPPV. Make a log of the frequency, timing, duration of these events and take it to your physician. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003093.htm ...Read more
Woke up this morning feeling lightheaded and dizzy. Feel really sleepy too. Feel sick too.Mild temperature.
Dizzy and off balanced during the day, at nighy, dizzy wake up every couple of minutes feeling anxious, dizzy, like I'm dyin heart isn't racing though?
Wake up 1-2 times every night about an hour after falling asleep with my heart racing 140 and feeling panicked. Ekg-echo-sleepstudy normal. Ideas?
Shortness of breath when sleeping. Can't move when sleeping. Feel weak and lightheaded. Wake up with watery eyes?
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. ...Read more
Dizzy spells not the room spinning but I'm swaying staggering. Not dizzy laying down. alway accompanied by sudden frequent urination. Last few hours?
Orthostasis: This is a phenomenon called orthostasis. It is very common and usually related to blood volume status. The reason you are having this is the unclear part and what a doctor can help you with. When lying flat the body produces more urine which will worsen your symptoms Try doing 5 toe raises when you feel the symptoms to raise your blood pressure and put 3 pillows behind your head when you lie ...Read more
See a good physician: I assume a small number of stairs. You may have an abnormality of the conduction system that regulates your heartbeat. It may be apparent on an ekg or perhaps an exercise ekg may demonstrate a problem. Of course, other problems could also be the cause, such as a malfunctioning heart valve or a congenital abnormality of the heart. You are young and need to see a good physician. ...Read more
See your doctor: See your doctor. We cannot diagnose or treat from this forum. ...Read more
You answered it!: Exhausted is the key, and then falling asleep! often when we are overtired, and overwired, our senses can be on hyperoverdrive too, so the ringing may just be temporary. If not, you have to contact your pcp! also, the hiccups may just be a temporary phenomena, as you've set up the reflex to create that inadvertently. Again, unless it's disabling and affecting you quality of life, get some rest! ...Read more
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