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everytime a lift up my head i feal dizzy for like 2 seconds

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    sometimes not always. what is it you think?
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    low blood pressure, thats what my doc said mine was
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    sometimes not always. what is it you think?
    dont know why youve gone anonymous,....
    how long are you lying down for
    how fast do you lift your head up...


    how heavy is your head?!
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    how much are you eating?
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    I always get this. Or when I've been laying down ages it takes me a while to get my head back to normal so i can walk.

    Nooo idea what it is.
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    but hows dat possible? the other day i visited my GP and she took my blood pressure and said it was perfect
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    Go to the doctors, we cant say for sure what it could be blah blah, the doctor will be able to see what they think it is. Make and appointment when you can go next
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    Definitely necessary to post as anonymous...
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    Calm down. Everyone gets that. Rush of blood to the head.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    but hows dat possible? the other day i visited my GP and she took my blood pressure and said it was perfect
    There is a thing called posteral hypotension where apon changing for example sitting to standing you have a drop in blood pressure causing you to feel dizzy, is it after you have gone from one position to another, or just when you look up? As i said go to the doctors about this, if you havent already.
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    Take multivitamin and iron tablets, it helped mine a bit and made me feel a bit livelier.

    I still get it, but my blood pressure is pretty low.
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    (Original post by rollover, pudding)
    how much are you eating?
    i dont eat much, i eat lots of meat though - dunno if that helps

    i don't eat sweats, nor drink fizzy drinks. however, i haven't been going to the gym lately because of revision, tbh i don't go out the house at all apart from going uni and mosque on friday. i am always in my room constaantly revising and when i take a break i am always on tsr, msn chatting, playing video games, watching tv and thats about it - pretty sedintary (sp?)

    i drink lots of water though, my room is full of water bottles

    oh **** i forgot to tick anon, oh well
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    (Original post by rollover, pudding)
    how much are you eating?
    i dont eat much, i eat lots of meat though - dunno if that helps

    i don't eat sweats, nor drink fizzy drinks. however, i haven't been going to the gym lately because of revision, tbh i don't go out the house at all apart from going uni and mosque on friday. i am always in my room constaantly revising and when i take a break i am always on tsr, msn chatting, playing video games, watching tv and thats about it - pretty sedintary (sp?)

    i drink lots of water though, my room is full of water bottles
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    Blocked sinuses?
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    (Original post by Prokaryotic_crap)
    i dont eat much, i eat lots of meat though - dunno if that helps

    i don't eat sweats, nor drink fizzy drinks. however, i haven't been going to the gym lately because of revision, tbh i don't go out the house at all apart from going uni and mosque on friday. i am always in my room constaantly revising and when i take a break i am always on tsr, msn chatting, playing video games, watching tv and thats about it - pretty sedintary (sp?)

    i drink lots of water though, my room is full of water bottles

    oh **** i forgot to tick anon, oh well
    dw about it, no need for anon anyways, really

    maybe eat more if you feel you don't enough? i dunno really. i get dizziness standing up if i don't eat enough; maybe leave your room just for a 10 minute walk to get some fresh air, though, like, once a day. would be a welcome break, surely? :]
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    I get this quite a lot sometimes, it generally always happens if I'm like sweeping something with a dustpan and brush :confused:

    I know it happens if you get up too quickly or something, but I don't think I get up that quick lol.
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    it mainly happens when im studying because my head is alway down and then when i suddenly look up i get dizzy for like 2-3 seconds
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    Take multivitamin and iron tablets, it helped mine a bit and made me feel a bit livelier.

    I still get it, but my blood pressure is pretty low.
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    When I was severely anaemic, I used to have this a lot - It's not as bad now though (anaemia has also improved). I'm wondering if it could be to do with this (possible anaemia?)? Though it's probably not but I just thought I'd chip in anyway :p:
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    could be labrynthitis... my friend had it

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