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2 hours ago The causes of dizziness are as varied as its symptoms. It can result from something as simple as motion sickness — the queasy feeling that you get on hairpin roads and roller coasters. Or it can be caused by an inner ear disturbance, infection, reduced blood flow due to blocked arteries or heart disease, medication side effects, anxiety, or

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3 hours ago Dizziness is the feeling of being lightheaded, woozy, or unbalanced. It can come about as a symptom of a number of conditions. Most underlying causes of dizziness aren’t serious. We’ll explain

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Just Now 2. Circulatory problems. Conditions that affect blood flow through the body or general cardiovascular health, can create symptoms of dizziness. Common causes include anemia (decreased red blood cell numbers), hormonal changes (as with menstrual cycles and menopause), atherosclerosis, blood clots, and dehydration.

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1 hours ago Other causes of dizzy spells and lightheadedness. There are many other factors that can cause dizziness. Within the heart and vascular system, conditions that can cause dizziness include: Irregular heartbeat (atrial fibrillation). Low blood pressure (hypotension). Narrowed arteries (atherosclerosis).

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5 hours ago Some causes of low blood flow to the brain include blood clots, clogged arteries, heart failure, and an irregular heartbeat. For many older people, standing suddenly can cause a …

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Just Now Different health conditions or medications can cause it. Hypoglycemia: Blood sugar that drops too low, especially for people with diabetes, causes presyncope or syncope. Bleeding: Active bleeding (like from the uterus or gastrointestinal tract) as well as low blood counts ( anemia) can lead to dizziness and fainting.

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3 hours ago Peripheral vertigo is the most common type of vertigo that is caused by a problem in the inner ear known as the vestibular nerve, which controls your balance. Central vertigo is a type of dizziness that occurs as a result of a problem in the brain. Causes of Vertigo. As mentioned, vertigo is often a symptom rather than a condition itself.

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1 hours ago Anxiety Attack. Low Blood Sugar. Migraine. Heart Attack. Brain Tumor. We've all been there. That spell of dizziness when you get light-headed, off-balance, or feel like you're spinning. If you get

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7 hours ago Vertigo in Seniors. The most common cause of dizziness in the elderly actually affects a significant portion of younger adults as well. The phenomenon is known as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, or BPPV. BPPV is caused when the tiny crystals in your inner ear are dislodged from their usual position. This can result in a brief but very

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8 hours ago What could cause this? A. You most likely have a bothersome, but not serious, condition called benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. The symptoms are brought on by head movement. They can be quite mild, with just a few seconds of a spinning or off-balance sensation when the head moves a certain way, but some people experience severe dizziness

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5 hours ago 2. Low blood pressure. Blood pressure is the force of your blood pushing against blood vessel walls as it circulates through your body. When your blood pressure drops you can have symptoms like

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6 hours ago If the dizziness or vertigo symptoms follow any of the following patterns, the cause is likely BPPV: (1) symptoms are intermittent; (2) symptoms occur only when the head is tipped or moved in a particular direction (especially when rolling over in bed to one side); (3) symptoms last for less than a minute after the head position change as long

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7 hours ago Cause vertigo that last for hours. Cause hearing problems that come and go. The problems are usually in one ear and get worse over time. Cause buzzing or ringing in the ears (tinnitus) Cause a feeling of fullness or pressure in the ear. Cause any of these symptoms: vertigo, hearing loss, tinnitus, or ear fullness to last a lifetime

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8 hours ago Possible causes of vomiting and dizziness include: 1. Anxiety and other mental health issues. Intense anxiety can trigger overwhelming nausea and vomiting. Some people may also feel dizzy

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1 hours ago Causes of lightheadedness may be dehydration, medication side effects, sudden blood pressure drops, low blood sugar, and heart disease or stroke. Feeling woozy, lightheaded, or a little faint is a common complaint among older adults. Although it's not usually caused by anything life-threatening, it could be, so you need to be careful.

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9 hours ago 7. Vertigo and motion sickness. Vertigo is a sudden feeling of imbalance and spinning that occurs even while a person is sitting or standing still. Blurred vision often occurs with the dizziness of a vertigo spell. Some common causes of vertigo include dehydration, migraine headaches and sudden head movement.

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7 hours ago In general, dizziness is a broad term that describes anything from faintness to a loss of balance. There are many causes of vertigo in the elderly. In fact, the causes of dizziness in the elderly generally may include brittle bones, weaker muscles, vision loss, vascular problems, a new prescription for eyeglasses, and a sedentary lifestyle.

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What are some of the causes of dizziness?

What causes dizziness?

  1. Dizziness due to illness. The NHS recommends ruling out other illnesses or conditions that have dizziness as one of their side effects.
  2. New medication. Dizziness is a very common side effect of many long-term medications. ...
  3. Ear infections and labyrinthitis. ...
  4. Vertigo. ...
  5. Low blood pressure. ...
  6. Atherosclerosis. ...
  7. Tinnitus. ...

What medical conditions cause dizziness?

What causes dizziness?

  1. Vertigo. Vertigo or a migraine can cause dizziness. ...
  2. Motion sickness. Repetitive motion from being in a vehicle, such as a car, airplane, or boat, can disrupt the structures of the inner ear, causing dizziness, nausea, and vomiting.
  3. Migraine. ...
  4. Low blood pressure. ...
  5. Cardiovascular disease. ...
  6. Low iron. ...

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What to do if you feel dizzy?

How To Prevent & Manage Orthostatic Hypotension

  1. Rise Gently. You experience dizziness as you stand up abruptly after laying or sitting. ...
  2. Consider Medication. Certain medicines can cause your blood pressure to drop. ...
  3. Modify How Much You Eat. People often feel dizzy after having a large meal. ...
  4. Drink Water. Dehydration is one of the reasons behind low blood pressure or hypotension. ...
  5. Exercise. ...

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