How to stop being dazed?
Standing up while dizzy can get difficult right away! Although the causes can be many, it is possible to reduce this dizziness.
Here are some practical tips and tricks to stop being dizzy or at least calm these dizziness.
1. Why am I dizzy?
There are many possible causes of dizziness or vertigo. But if you regularly experience dizziness or dizziness, it is better to consult a doctor quickly.
If it is not a health problem and dizziness is not common then it may be:
- A lack of fluid in your body (you don’t drink enough water)
- A “too” rapid change of position.
So read on for the next tips to discover natural and easy tips against dizziness.
2. Avoid rapid position changes
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I get up too quickly and feel dizzy quickly. It never lasts very long, only a few seconds, but it’s a really unpleasant feeling to feel.
The solution is simple, we avoid sudden changes of position! So if, like me, you happen to be dizzy when getting out of bed, then take it easy by getting up and sitting down for a few seconds on the edge of your bed.
3. Drink plenty of water to be less dizzy
As you know by now, lack of fluid and therefore hydration is a common cause of dizziness and vertigo.
Dizziness and headaches!
Lack of water can also cause really nasty headaches, so to stop being dizzy drink plenty of water every day. In fact, it is important to drink between 6 and 8 glasses of water a day.
4. Avoid certain stimulants
Certain stimulants such as coffee, soda, chocolate, tobacco, and alcohol can increase the frequency of your dizziness.
It is therefore important to avoid this type of consumption, especially if you regularly suffer from dizziness.
Also be careful with salt!
Salt causes water retention and can therefore upset the balance of the inner ear. You might therefore be more prone to dizziness if you consume too much salt in your diet.
5. Lie down and relax to relieve dizziness
Did you know that fatigue, but also stress
can cause dizziness and vertigo?
Dizziness and stress!
Dizziness can often be related to anxiety. It is therefore important to settle down comfortably to decompress. Lying down in a bed or on the sofa will make your dizziness pass faster.
So if you feel dizzy, walk slowly and avoid sudden movements. Preferably, sit down, close your eyes, relax as much as possible and wait for it to pass.
6. Rest and seek freshness
Heat and sustained physical exertion can cause dizziness, especially if you’re low on hydration.
So if you work outside in the sun or inside and it’s very hot, it’s important to take breaks, cool off and above all drink plenty of water.
7. Dizziness and lightheadedness
If you really suffer from dizziness then it is better to consult a health professional to quickly find the problem of these dizziness.
Indeed, vertigo is often caused by a problem in the inner ear. Inner ear infection is the most common cause of vertigo, so see a doctor quickly.