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RiverD

630d

for about a month everytime I stand up from sitting/laying etc for over about ten minutes I get very dizzy. And my vision goes a bit blurry does anyone know what it could be?

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    • Erai

      630d

      Yes dehydration gives me this sort of dizziness a lot. Try drinking lots of water, making sure your blood sugar isn't low, and getting up super slowly to see if any of it helps.

    • Erai

      630d

      Yes dehydration gives me this sort of dizziness a lot. Try drinking lots of water, making sure your blood sugar isn't low, and getting up super slowly to see if any of it helps.

    • Lunarr

      630d

      Definitely would look into the things mentioned above and possibly iron deficiency or anemia as options! Unfortunately a lot of things can cause what you're describing, make sure you're properly hydrated as well especially if it's hot where you live

    • Erai

      630d

      There's also orthostatic hypotension where your blood pressure drops when you stand.

    • Yunalesca

      630d

      Changes in the fluid in your inner ear. They call it Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo.

      • Yunalesca

        630d

        @Yunalesca You can go to physical therapy and they do these weird movements that make you feel like your body is going to fly through a wall, and it sorta helps, but didn't last long for me.

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