It could be an ear infection. If it continues I would go and see the doctor. It also could be a pinched nerve. It's worth seeing your doctor about it if it happens often.
ear infection , or blockage.
laid head of bed down flat
there are these things called crystals in your ears, when they are jarred it causes dizziness..Basically it's an in balance
A common cause can be Benign Positional Paroxysmal Vertigo (BPPV).
A flamingo is a bird that turns it's head upside down to eat food :) I really hope my answer was helpful :)
A flamingo is a animal that turns it's head around to eat :) I really hope my answer was helpful :)
dizziness can be caused by several different health problems. The most common is called Vertigo. Vertigo causes you to feel nauseous because of the dizziness. The only treatment for it, is to get your doctor to prescribe Meclizine for nausea and stay home and do not lean forward or move your head real fast. It will stop on its own. another cause of dizziness is from consuming too much alcohol.
Well, when you stand up, your atmospheric pressure in your scalp is a couple feet higher than sitting down, so the pressure exerted by air molecules O2 and CO2 and N2, make the pressure on your head higher.
You may be having a stroke if you have twitching lips and dizziness in the head. You should seek immediate medical attention.
Overheating or head bolts not properly torqued down when assembled.
Dizziness and fainting are never normal. Possible causes: low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) or severe dieting, drug use, low blood pressure or pregnancy (in a female). Other causes could include epilepsy, concussion (from head injury), tumor.
Sit down and put their head between their knees. Dizziness is associated with a lack of blood to the brain.
Headaches, dizziness, confusion
I have suffered from severe dizziness upon lying down and turning my head in the past. I researched it and found a syndrome called BPPV. You may want to plug this into a search engine and see if it sounds like your problem.
It could be anxiety
Yes it can give you a disease!
This could be a benign exertion headache. For proper diagnosis and treatment, see your doctor or Headache Specialist.
If you are dizzy, well sit down and hold your head! dizziness also come when you spin. your brain can't keep up with what your seeing, and your head starts hurting. if you eat little, you can also get dizzy.
When a person sneezes, they sneeze hard,like going 60 in a car. you know how hard that air feels when it hits you, that's how hard you sneeze, and it puts pressure in your head.
A sinus headache that turns into a bump on the head and then turns into a scab could actually be a boil. You should see a doctor for confirmation.
Dizziness and nausea is often symptoms associated with a condition known as vertigo. Vertigo is a condition that occurs when there is a problem in the middle ear. The middle ear (more specifically the vestibular system) is responsible for maintaining your sense of balance but when this system is not functioning properly you may feel dizzy, disorientated and even lose your sense of balance. Quick movements of the head can also cause dizziness.
First of all lie Down an pour yourself ice cold water.If that does not work massarge your head. After that try and get some sleep.if that does not work go to A&E.
There is a liquid in your ears which helps your body balance. When you first wake up, and you quickly lift up your head, the liquid in your head is still on the side you were sleeping on and you body thinks that you're sleeping on that side, but your eyes tell you that you are standing straight.