WHEN you’re feeling sick or simply have the flu, you may experience dizzy spells. Dizzy spells mean that you suddenly feel dizzy in the head and feel like your head is going around in circles.
It’s one of the most common symptoms of reduced blood circulation and is a serious condition because when you feel dizzy it appears that you are more prone to a stroke or a heart attack.
Dizziness derives from the numbness in your cold feet and hands which means it’s more common at winter time.
Some older people feel dizziness more because they tend to get cold feet in bed and when they get out of bed, they tend to feel dizzy because they’re more prone to numbness in the bones.
Dizzy spells can affect all of us. It can also tend to have a lot to do with stress and if you are taking too much on, it can have a huge toll on your body physically and mentally.
Those who feel dizzy definitely shouldn’t drive.
They should also have a good support team around them telling them not to drive and looking after them.
A cold face washer on the head should also be placed to stop a possible temperature and to get your head back into place.
You should also try to close your eyes and sleep. This tends to be the solution because the more rest you have with this condition, the more likely it will be disappear.
Dizzy spells are just that – spells. They can come and go.
But if they are more common than not, you should tell your doctor this. Most doctors give you a form before you go and see them to fill out. If you suffer from dizzy spells, you should tick the box because it can affect the medication you receive for another condition.