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Waking Up Dizzy While Pregnant
I woke up feeling really dizzy before I even sat up in bed. 11 weeks pregnant. Also still feeling somewhat dizzy. I woke up an hour ago?
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...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
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
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
I have so much trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, and i wake up no less than 4 times a night. I wake up every morning exhausted and tired.
Sleep apnea: One of the first things you have to figure out with the symptoms of this is sleep apnea a condition where you stop breathing in the middle the night and has many variations of this disease but they have one common element frequent awakening in the middle of night and feeling exhausted in the morning. After this has been ruled out then mood and anxiety disorder is next in the possible causes. ...Read more
When trying to sleep time goes by quick while tossing and turning, I feel awake but I wake up not tired. Anxious all day about sleep. Am I sleeping?
Probably some: Many who reportedly "don't sleep" actually do, on and off through the night. On-and-off sleep isn't ideal but it's not something terrible to worry about either, especially if you're alert during the day. Your anxiety itself may interfere with sleep; consider seeing a mental health professional for help with anxiety. Your sleep may improve as a side benefit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below : (1) have your blood pressure be monitored.(2) check for diabetes.(3) ENT to rule out any ear problems. (4) check medication with this side effects. (5) consider regular yoga breathing exercise in morning, daily bowel movement if not use metamucil or laxatives, high fiber diet.(6) need for 8 hours of sleep 10pm-6am. (7) learn relaxation if stressed out. See your family doc. ...Read more
Lightheaded: I would suggest seeing your family medical doctor. Sounds like you need a complete physical. Good luck. ...Read more
Normal: Waking up with dry eyes is common in healthy people.If you have problems with dry eyes during the day or feel like you have sand in your eyes, could have dry eye syndrome. Small percentage of people with dry eye syndrome may have sjögren's syndrome particularly if your mouth always seems dry. See your eye doctor and get an eye exam. Also discuss with your primary care doc if having other symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a hard time falling asleep, toss and turn for hours. I can't stay asleep once i fall asleep. I feel more exhausted when i wake up after 8 hours?
Recently I am having trouble sleeping. I can fall asleep but wake up every hour! I am tired but i can't stay asleep all night what's going on?
Need evaluation: It's hard to know why you're having so many awakenings without a full evaluation. Are you on medications? Using drugs or alcohol? Are you overweight? Do you snore? How is your mood and interest in doing things you usually enjoy? Are you sleeping in a noisy, uncomfortable place? There are many possible causes for insomnia. A sleep medicine physician or psychiatrist should be able to help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am very tired at night but then unable to fall asleep. Once I do fall asleep I wake up tossing and turning.
Sleep Hygiene is Key: Retire & rise same time each day. Keep bedroom dark & cool & use only for sex & sleep. Turn off tv. No naps. Exercise regularly but not in late evening. No caffeine for 6 hrs & no alcohol or tobacco w/i 2 hrs of sleep. Keep dinner moderate sized & finish at least 2 to 3 hrs before sleep. Can try warm milk, Chamomile tea or melatonin along w light reading, warm bath or lavender scent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Slept good all night. Woke up and was suddenly nauseous, chills, feeling really tired and can't stay awake. Not pregnant. ?
Maybe you need to: check for pregnancy. If first test negative, then check again in 1 week especially if your menstruation is late.The chills may be an indication of infection that has just started to show up. As to where the infection is, your description is not specific enough to make a determination here. Monitor your symptoms closely. ...Read more
I am 30 weeks pregnant and every single morning I wake up extremely nauseous and can't control gagging.
Always tired and sleeping for more then 12 hours a day and waking up still tired, having trouble falling asleep even though I'm exhausted.
Need eval: would like more info, but here are some suggestions: recommend eval with your doc with labs to rule in/out endocrine and other health issues that affect sleep/fatigue. If the issue stems primarily from poor sleep due to insomnia/anxiety seek an eval of current sleep hygiene/sleep patterns - start with primary doc and consider a cognitive behavioral therapist with experience in insomnia (CBTi). ...Read more
Excessive sleepiness: Excessive sleepiness may be a symptom that can be very dangerous symptom due to the risk of accidents at work or driving etc. You can see how sleepy your are by googling ess and completing the scale. You may just need to be more active. If you need treatment start by seeing your primary care to clarify the cause. causes might include shift work, sleep apnea, insomnia, medications, or narcolepsy. ...Read more
Last night when laying down to sleep I felt SOB but fell asleep, then woke up 30mins later very SOB and fast heart rate. Why? I'm 23 weeks preg.
Can be normal : Shortness of breath can be normal during pregnancy due to a combination of hormones and upward pressure on the diaphragm from the growing uterus. However, things like blood clots that travel to the lungs are also more common in pregnancy. Your symptoms warrant evaluation by a medical professional who can check your vital signs and probably provide reassurance. ...Read more
Many possibilities..: Cluster, migraine and tension-type headaches may produce a headache that awakens an individual in the early morning hours, or is present upon awakening. Depression is often associated with chronic tension-type headaches. Withdrawal effects from pain medications, ergots and caffeine often produce this pattern. More rare causes include sleep apnea, severe high blood pressure, and brain tumors. ...Read more
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