Morning dizziness can be repeated with an enviable periodicity or occur once.
Regardless of this, one should be alerted and consult a doctor to reveal the true cause and diagnose a serious disease in a timely manner.
Why dizzy in the morning
The cause of morning dizziness may beUnstable blood pressure, low blood sugar, problems with the cardiovascular system, with the spine. Often, the head swirls in the morning during pregnancy, with poisoning, psychogenic disorders.
If dizziness in the morning is associated with pregnancy, dissolve two teaspoons of sugar in a glass of water and drink after awakening.
In addition to dizziness, the patient can complain aboutNausea, general weakness, rapid fatigue, loss of appetite. The most common causes of dizziness: Meniere's disease, vestibular neuritis, osteochondrosis, psychogenic diseases, intoxications, unstable blood pressure.
More than 80% of patients who have been examined for the true morning dizziness occurring on a daily basis suffer from DPPH or VSD.
Benign paroxysmal positionalDizziness appears suddenly with a sharp rise or when you turn your head to the side. In general, such dizziness affects older people who have suffered infections or head injuries.
Psychogenic dizziness does not belong toTrue, since it is not connected with the vestibular apparatus. Such a disease is characterized by a sensation of fog in the head, confusion, tension and a number of other symptoms that the doctor can presumably diagnose.
Vegetosovascular dystonia - this diagnosis is putEvery second patient who has applied for a systematic morning dizziness. Treatment takes many years. Basically, the doctor prescribes sedatives, psychotherapy, recommends observing the regime of the day.
At dizziness observe safety rules. Immediately after awakening, sit for a while, slowly rise up. Equip the apartment with handrails and anti-slip mats.
When you need to see a doctor immediately if you feel dizzy
You should see a doctor immediately ifDizziness is accompanied by severe headache, weakness in the muscles, persistent vomiting, fever. An ambulance should be called immediately if the patient doubles in the eyes, the limbs are numb and a sensitivity disorder is noted.
At a dizziness of the patient examine the ophthalmologist, the neuropathologist, the endocrinologist. Assign a radiograph of the skull and spine, ultrasound of the main arteries of the head, computed tomography, audiography.