You could have a slight concusion you will probably be ok but if you notice many more changes go to the hospital and get an x-ray or a small emergency medical center it would be cheaper and pay cash. That way it would be cheaper all the way around. Is your vision good? That is something to consider. Your brain probably got jolted and it is reacting to it. Sometimes also the scull can get a hairline crack which can cause these symptoms you said you have. Even so it will heal. Like I said though if you get any other strange sensations in your head it could be bleeding is taking place not something to mess with. If you did not hit your head that hard you may know if that is the case by your situation. Hope your alright.
YES! I think you need a doctor.
If you go to a doctor he/she can tell you. You can also check if the child was unconscious or is dizzy or has a severe headache.
Yes these are one of the signs.
you could have low blood pressure
It may give you a headache, and make you dizzy.
Of course, your headache causes your brain to feel dizzy which slows down the blood passing by in your head. Another ways, yes...
well you can get drowsy, dizzy headache's, but many people get different symptoms
It won't cause any serious damage, but it can give you a bad headache or make you feel dizzy or nauseous because of the lack of balance and so much strain on only one eye.
Headache Nausea Sleepy Dizzy Death All from carbon monoxide poisoning
It is not reported that ephedrine affects hair. It can cause you to become dizzy, get a headache, and lose your appetite.
Either high blood pressure or preeclampsia
the blood is not flowing to all parts of the body especially the head.
Yes, allergies can cause one to feel dizzy, light headed and drained. Your body may also react to an allergy with a headache, rash, hives, swelling and vomiting.
Yes, go see a doctor.
Please visit your PCP (primary care doctor) as soon as possible. If you are dizzy, sweating or have a headache, head over to the hospital right away. This could be serious.
HI friend you condition could be slightly serious , it look like there is some problem with you vertebral column , go see a doctor . and makes sure you dont tak a pillow if you sleep facing up
you need to phone 911 ASAP
These symptoms are very non-specific and it is not possible to diagnose a problem on the internet. For appropriate diagnosis and treatment of headache disorders, seek the help of a qualified and board certified Migraine and headache specialist.
This time, when you see it, you'll turn 720 degrees and get slightly dizzy.
your nose will stop running, you won't have a headache, maybe your throat will not be raspy (if it ever was raspy) and when you get out of bed you will not feel dizzy.
You should be very concerned! Go to a hospital now! What are you doing on the internet?!
The fluid in your brain starts spinning. You get dizzy when you get up too fast because when you are sitting down, all the the blood is in you arms and legs, but when you stand up really quick, all of the blood rushes to your head, therefore you either get a headache or get dizzy. Its basically the reaction to the speed of your blood movement.
a headache alone is nothing to worry about. Take a paracetramol (or aspirin but only if you are more than 20 years old) If you feel very dizzy for a longer period go to the ER
Yes, the helium doesn't let oxygen get through to your brain and can definitly make you feel light headed an dizzy.