Dizziness during exercise? Feeling dizzy or light-headed is often a result of your body not being able to get enough blood and oxygen to your brain. Feelings of nausea could be caused by your body not having enough calories in your system to compensate for the amount of physical activity you’re doing. When you exercise, your body also releases perspiration, which contains not just water, but also essential electrolytes like sodium. An abnormally low level of sodium in your body can cause a condition called hyponatremia, which includes symptoms like nausea and vomiting, fatigue and headache. If you experience light-headedness, dizziness and nausea directly after working out, there are certain things you can do to immediately help your symptoms subside. Find an open area where you can lie down on the floor and put your feet up. This will help increase the blood flow to your upper body and head, which will help with the dizziness. Sip on a sports drink that contains essential electrolytes if you’re feeling nauseous. Don’t drink too much too fast. For effective dizziness treatment, visit a neurologist in a nearest medical institution. #vertigo #headache #migraine #treatment #cure #medicine #doctor #winnielimkhoo #winniesharonlimkhoo #neurologist #neurologistmanila #neurologistinmanila #maniladoctorshospital #chinesegeneralhospital #infantjesushospital #manila #philippines – at Manila Doctors Hospital – Medical Arts Center

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