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idk_182

334d

Does anyone have any tips for dizziness? I'm literally in college right now and feel so dizzy but have next to nothing on me. I'm sitting down but there's not much else I can do. Any ideas?

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    • groundbeef

      334d

      I know this post is tagged fibromyalgia but have you looked into a POTS diagnosis? I'm also in college and have pots and fibromyalgia, what helps me is drinking a lot of water, compression garments, making sure I'm eating consistently (that has been a real struggle for me with college), and also the medication zofran

    • groundbeef

      334d

      I know this post is tagged fibromyalgia but have you looked into a POTS diagnosis? I'm also in college and have pots and fibromyalgia, what helps me is drinking a lot of water, compression garments, making sure I'm eating consistently (that has been a real struggle for me with college), and also the medication zofran

      • idk_182

        334d

        @groundbeef I've never looked into pots actually. Can I ask how did u first know you may have it?

    • Bubbles18

      334d

      Make sure you have drank enough water! That's always my first go to, I grt dehydrated wayyy quicker than other people. Then check your temperature, If I get too hot I will become extremely dizzy so sometimes cooling myself down can help. Have you eaten? Do you need more sugar? Both of those can make me feel dizzy if I haven't had enough. A fizzy drink (soda) or chocolate bar can help give me a boost until I can eat something proper.

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Some tips for managing dizziness include staying hydrated by drinking water, taking deep breaths to ensure proper oxygen flow, and self-massaging your neck and shoulders to relieve stress. Wearing sunglasses in bright environments may also help reduce dizziness.

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