Hi, welcome if you are experiencing this morning dizziness with certain level of frequency , You should consult your doctor to have a proper evaluation. The conditions that could be producing these symptoms are :
1-Vertigo ( this condition could be caused by inner ear inflammation, accumulation of fluid in the inner ear or an inner ear infection ,it could also be associated to an improper coordination between your brain and the nerve signals it receive ).
2-Low Blood Pressure
, when you stand up in the morning ,the change of position from being laying down to standing ,could produce a sudden drop in your blood pressure levels , which produces dizziness.
3-Medications could also produce dizziness , if you are taking blood pressure medications, analgesics
, tranquilizers or diuretics, this could be the cause.
4-Low Glucose Blood Levels
6-Sudden and temporary brain blood flow obstruction
8-Irregular heart electrical rhythm in which the heart beats faster ,slower or in an irregular way .
Of these conditions I have mentioned, what you probably are experiencing is a sudden blood pressure drop when you wake up in the morning, I would recommend you to get up slowly from the lying position and stay seated for few minutes before you stand up . The second possibility would be having an inner ear inflammation or increased levels of fluid in the inner ear.
You should consult a doctor ,preferably an Internal Medicine Specialist who will evaluate you and perform some tests including : an inner ear examination,balance tests , brain CT Scan or MRI ,Glucose blood levels and an EKG .
With these tests, Your doctor will be able to determine which of these conditions is producing your symptoms so You can receive the adequate treatment .
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