Users' questions

Why do I feel light headed later in the day?

Why do I feel light headed later in the day?

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.

What happens when you get dizzy in the morning?

When you wake up dizzy, you may also experience nausea. If this happens to you, be careful making your way to the bathroom. Morning dizziness episodes may last just a few seconds or most of the day.

Why do so many people go to the doctor for dizziness?

Dizziness is one of the more common reasons adults visit their doctors. Frequent dizzy spells or constant dizziness can significantly affect your life. But dizziness rarely signals a life-threatening condition. Treatment of dizziness depends on the cause and your symptoms.

What makes an older person more prone to dizziness?

Factors that may increase your risk of getting dizzy include: Age. Older adults are more likely to have medical conditions that cause dizziness, especially a sense of imbalance. A past episode of dizziness. If you’ve experienced dizziness before, you’re more likely to get dizzy in the future.

Is it normal to feel lightheaded and Dizzy all the time?

If you’ve ever felt dizzy, lightheaded, or like your head is spinning, congratulations: You’re a normal human being. We used to spin because dizziness seemed fun (ah, the good ol’ days), but not so much once adulthood rolled around.

When you wake up dizzy, you may also experience nausea. If this happens to you, be careful making your way to the bathroom. Morning dizziness episodes may last just a few seconds or most of the day.

Dizziness is one of the more common reasons adults visit their doctors. Frequent dizzy spells or constant dizziness can significantly affect your life. But dizziness rarely signals a life-threatening condition. Treatment of dizziness depends on the cause and your symptoms.

Factors that may increase your risk of getting dizzy include: Age. Older adults are more likely to have medical conditions that cause dizziness, especially a sense of imbalance. A past episode of dizziness. If you’ve experienced dizziness before, you’re more likely to get dizzy in the future.

If you’ve ever felt dizzy, lightheaded, or like your head is spinning, congratulations: You’re a normal human being. We used to spin because dizziness seemed fun (ah, the good ol’ days), but not so much once adulthood rolled around.