Dizziness is symptom that can creep up on you without warning. And since it’s such a common symptom, it’s easy to overlook. However, if you experience any of the following signs and symptoms, it might be time to take a closer look at your dizzyness: You experience vertigo or dizziness when you’re not normally prone to them Your dizziness worsens with activity You find yourself losing balance more easily than usual You have trouble concentrating or making decisions If you think you might have any of these symptoms, it’s best to consult your doctor. They can do a physical exam and rule out other medical conditions that could cause your dizziness. If all else fails, they may prescribe medication to help relieve your symptoms.
What is dizziness?
Dizziness is a common symptom of many different medical conditions. It can be caused by a change in blood flow to your brain, anemia, low blood sugar, or medication side effects. Dizziness may also signify a more serious condition, such as seizures or a head injury. If you experience dizziness or lightheadedness often, see your doctor for an evaluation.
What are the different types of dizziness?
There are many different types of dizziness, and it can be hard to tell which one you are experiencing. Here is a list of some common types of dizziness:
If you are experiencing vertigo, you may feel like you are spinning or that your surroundings are spinning around you. This can be very scary and debilitating.
It is also common to experience lightheadedness, or feeling as if you are about to faint. This may make it difficult to stay standing or walk.
Motion sickness can cause severe dizziness and vomiting.
What are the warning signs you might be experiencing dizziness before period?
There are a few warning signs you might be experiencing dizziness before your period:
You feel lightheaded or shaky.
You have trouble staying upright.
Your vision changes, either getting blurry or feeling like everything is swimming.
You experience an intense headache.
How to treat dizziness before period?
If you are experiencing any warning signs below, it’s time to seek medical help:
1. You feel lightheaded or dizzy when standing or suddenly moving around.
2. You have trouble concentrating or remembering things.
3. You have trouble making decisions because you feel like you can’t focus on anything.
4. You feel like your head is spinning or everything is spinning around you.
5. You lose balance easily and feel like you are about to fall at any moment.
If you are experiencing any symptom, it is important to seek medical attention:
- Severe vertigo
- Loss of balance and coordination
- Poor vision
- Blurred or tunnel vision
- Headache and fatigue
If you experience these symptoms before your period begins, you likely suffer from premenstrual syndrome (PMS), which can often be treated with medication and/or counseling.