Posted by Boysel Adelia on Sunday, 16 February, 2020 07:42:39
Dizziness when getting up from lying down is called postural or orthostatic hypotension. It can occur when the brain receives incorrect information about the body's position in relation to its surroundings and movements. While dizziness is usually not serious, talk to a health care provider if you experience dizziness often.
For people who experience postural hypotension, standing up or getting out of bed slowly and gradually can help prevent dizziness or fainting. Wearing compression stockings during the day may also
Your doctor will look at all your symptoms and overall health to figure out what's going on and how to treat it. Get medical attention immediately if you're dizzy and you faint, fall, or can't
Some of the common causes of dizziness when lying down include Labyrinthitis, BPPV, stress, anxiety, medications, aging, overheating, dehydration, and hypotension. In order to get rid of dizziness when lying down it is important to treat the underlying cause for it. To prevent dizziness when lying down, you should avoid making any rapid changes in your position (either body or head) when lying
Some people are able to 'recharge' fully after a good night's sleep while others barely manage to get out of bed and only become fully active late in the morning. Neither of these extremes are considered to be a problem unless it is accompanied by symptoms like dizziness, mental impairment and irritability or depression are present.
Other Causes of Head Spinning on Getting out of Bed Prolonged bed rest or lying in the bed. Fever. Significant amount of loss of blood. Drinking alcohol excessively. Diarrhea. Dehydration. Vomiting.