Dizziness. A problem that can arise for various reasons and that is not always a symptom of something serious. Often, in fact, dizziness is a passing annoyance and can be dealt with with natural remedies, but there are few cases in which it is necessary to be alarmed.
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Dizziness. A problem that can arise for various reasons and that is not always a symptom of something serious. Often, in fact, dizziness is a passing annoyance and can be done deal with natural remedies, few instead the cases in which it is necessary to be alarmed.
When you feel dizzy you may feel not only dizzy and unstable but also a sense of balance sudden sweating, blurred vision, nausea, headache, ringing in the ears or feeling dull.
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In most cases, the dizziness is due to problems in the cervical tract. It is therefore a nuisance that can arise suddenly and persist over time until the cause that generated them is adequately treated.
Le causes however, there can be many others: pressure changes, whiplash, panic attacks, pregnancy, heat stroke, food shortages due to too strict diets, dehydration, food intolerances, lack of sugar and anemia. It may also happen that you feel a dizziness when you get up too quickly from lying to standing position.
Also ear problems, in particular disorders of the inner ear fundamental for our balance, can cause sudden dizziness. Finally, it is possible that the abuse of alcohol, smoking or some drugs induces dizziness.
In summary, the causes of dizziness can be:
• Cervical problems
• Pressure changes
• Anxiety and panic attacks
• Food intolerance
• Lack of sugar
• Abuse of alcohol, smoking or certain medications
To understand which are the most suitable natural remedies in case of dizziness is obviously it is essential to first identify the cause that unleashed them. Once you understand the origin of the problem you have to act on that and not on the symptom itself.
For example, in case of cervical problems it could be useful to go to a physiotherapist or an osteopath or use phytotherapeutic products such as arnica or devil's claw, if the dizziness is due to anxiety and panic attacks, some plants with calming power on the nervous system can be used, etc.
Let's see then natural remedies for the most common causes of dizziness.
• For dizziness caused by cervical:
NECK: 10 NATURAL REMEDIES AGAINST PAIN
• For dizziness from anxiety or panic attacks:
ANXIETY: 10 NATURAL REMEDIES TO RELIEVE PANIC
• For dizziness from low blood pressure:
LOW PRESSURE: NATURAL CAUSES AND REMEDIES
• For dizziness from anemia:
ANEMIA: 10 NATURAL REMEDIES AND TREATMENTS FOR IRON DEFICIENCY
• For dizziness from otitis
OTITIS: 10 NATURAL REMEDIES
In the case of dizziness from dehydration instead it will be enough drink plenty of water and replenish fluids even through tea and herbal teas while in case of food intolerances it will be advisable to establish with the help of an expert which are the harmful foods and eliminate them from one's diet at least for a period. If the problem exists instead as there is a temporary shortage of sugars it will be sufficient to take a small amount of glucose.
Generic remedies against dizziness are ginger and ginko bilboa (to be used only after medical consultation).
WHEN TO ALARM
If the phenomenon is sporadic and transient and the cause has been identified immediately, there is no need to be alarmed. Different instead if the dizziness continues and you have not been able to understand what is causing them.
In this case it is essential to immediately contact your family doctor who will prescribe the due analysis to try to identify the source of the problem. The dizziness, in fact, they could be a first sign which gives the body the presence of atherosclerosis, impending stroke, brain aneurysm or other serialize the problem absolutely not to be underestimated.
Contact your doctor right away even if the dizziness besides being recurrent appear associated with other symptoms.