By Medicover Hospitals / 28 March 2022
Most of the time we come across feelings of dizziness with nausea. It may be due to bad health, pregnancy, an empty stomach, lack of sleep, or any other reasons.
It’s not something to worry about because it most often goes away on its own. Only in rare cases, do we need to see a doctor. If we maintain good health and take certain precautions, then these problems are nowhere to be seen.
It is a combination of various feelings such as unsteadiness, vertigo, light-headedness, and weak. People experience dizziness many times in their lifetime. Rarely, it is a sign of any serious health problem.
Symptoms of dizziness are -
- A sensation of movement (spinning)
- Unbalanced body movement
- Feeling faint
- Blurred vision
- Difficulty hearing
- Nausea and vomiting
Dizziness is a common condition and it's rarely a sign of any health problem. The possible causes of dizziness are as follows -
- Inner ear problems
- Anxiety disorders
- Eyes problems
- Heart problems
- Low blood sugar
- Low blood pressure when we suddenly stand up
- Problems with the blood or oxygen flow to the brain
- Travel sickness
- Brain and nerve-related disorders
- Other diseases
MBBS, DNB General Medicine, PGDFM
Consultant Internal medicine specialist
Experience: 19 years
Dizziness treatment mostly depends on the underlying cause. Often it subsides on its own without any treatment.
If your dizziness is not going away then it's a good idea to consult a doctor.
Nausea is a common problem occurring due to many specific and non-specific reasons. It goes away on its own or we can follow a few steps to minimize or stop it.
Dizziness and nausea are two non-specific symptoms. Everyone in their life experiences these symptoms due to some factors. The symptoms mainly go away on their own without any medication or doctor consultation.
An individual can seek emergency medical assistance if he/she face the following situations -