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  1. If it was a one-time episode that passed quickly and was not accompanied by other violations. then it could be caused by fear, fatigue, headache, or, for example, you are taking some kind of medication. What to do?

    • lie down until the dizziness passes, then slowly get up;
    • move slowly and carefully;
    • don't grab a job or something to do, take a break — health is more important;
    • drink plenty of fluids, preferably water;
    • avoid coffee, cigarettes, and alcohol;

    I would also like to note what you should not do if you feel dizzy — do not bend down or get up abruptly, do not get behind the wheel of a car, do not climb the stairs. This can lead to serious injuries.

    You need to see a doctor:

    • if such an episode is accompanied by nausea, vomiting, or headache,
    • if you have lost consciousness,
    • there was severe weakness, trembling, tachycardia, pain behind the sternum,
    • if you feel dizzy for more than an hour
    • along with dizziness, there was a sharp decrease in sensitivity or weakness in one half of the body, face or limb.

    In this case, you can not delay, call an ambulance.

    But if episodes of mild dizziness recur regularly, consult a specialist.

  2. The question is like a backfill. There is no definitive answer here. This can be either high blood pressure or low. Sugar jumped or a spasm in the muscles of the cervical region and formed a lack of oxygen entering the brain. We have very few people who know that oxygen in the body is controlled by carbon dioxide! And the ratio in their blood should be respectively 1:3. Only then will hemoglobin give the oxygen molecule to the cell, this is the paradox of our breathing! At one time, A. Strelnikova created breathing exercises, which she called paradoxical!

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