Sometimes in the morning when I wake up and stand up and rob a few steps, Everything starts to fade in from the corners. I shake my head really sturdy and run a bit and after about 10 seconds it stops. I hold fainted once and everything faded out completely but no matter what I did I couldn't see anything. It have happened about 4 times, just in the morning when I wake up...Any thinking? 10 POINTS BEST ANSWER
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If that happens, immediately sit down not near your butt on the ground but like you are doing squats exercise. Hold your breath along with that (which is open and need to be done if you are having serious issues resembling you will pass out within a second or so). This will on the double restrict the blood flow to your lower half and pressure it back to your organizer, negating the effect of blackout.
Don't stand up immediately after that. Sit down on the ground, and stretch and straighten your legs to let the blood flow to your lower partially, thus slowly lowering your blood pressure. then slowly stand up and wait a few second to check if its coming back again. If it does, you need to travel back to the bed and lie down for a while.
Making your body feign horizontal is the best way to counteract the affects of low blood pressure related pass outs. And don't bound right off the bed in the morning. Wake up and sit on your bed for a while next to your feet down and let your blood flow alter to the gravity and then get up. Though you might want to contact a doc and check whats wrong.
but it happen to me too
I suggets that u should try to take jinko bibloba as it will help to circulate ur blood. Also rmb to guzzle more fruits and vegetables... And also u must do some exercise.
hope this helps
I used to get lighting headed during the day if i didnt chomp through much and i stood up to fast - i even passed out at school once. I go to the doctor and it was my low blood sugar levels. i newly needed to eat more balanced meal. If it keeps happening...stir see your doctor! =)
Vasovagal syncope is somewhat complex to explain, but a simple Google search of the term will support you greatly. Here is one good article: http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/a...
Basically, there are two largest nerves in your body which keep your body's be a foil for. With vasovagal syncope, these nerves are uncoordinated, causing the dizzines, and so forth.
This is something that you must see a doctor about. You could seriously hurt yourself while faint or blacking out. I have run in to walls and hit my cranium on tubs, toilets, and countertops, sometimes causing a concussion, which is sometimes very serious.
In add-on to vasovagal syncope, I also have a rapid metabolism and low blood pressure, which you should look contained by to regarding yourself, as well.
Low blood pressure mode that unless I am very, very hydrated, it is difficult at times for my blood flow to arrive at my head fully. A lack of blood flow to the brain mode a lack of oxygen to the brain, thus a likelihood of faint. A quick metabolism means that I must be constantly intake, or else the nerves in my body will be further off your rocker.
There are some medications you can take to minister to, though it is often possible to make dietary change. It will take a bit of trial and error though. Talk to you doctor.
In the meantime, when you feel dizziness coming on, sit down hastily, and put you head between your knees. This gets the blood flow backbone to your head. Sit up and stand up slowly. Eat first thing within the morning. Do not shower for a half hour or so after eating. Drink profusely of fluid, and reduce diuretics, like caffiene. Snack every 2 to 4 hours. See a doctor!!