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Light-headedness - dizzy; Loss of balance; Vertigo
If you tend to get light-headed when you stand up:
Avoid sudden changes in posture.
Get up from a lying position slowly, and stay seated for a few moments before standing.
When standing, make sure you have something to hold on to.
If you have vertigo, the following tips can help prevent your symptoms from becoming worse:
Keep still and rest when symptoms occur.
Avoid sudden movements or position changes.
Slowly increase activity.
You may need a cane or other help walking when you have a loss of balance during a vertigo attack.
Avoid bright lights, TV, and reading during a vertigo attacks, because they may make symptoms worse.
Avoid activities such as driving, operating heavy machinery, and climbing until 1 week after your symptoms disappear. A sudden dizzy spell during these activities can be dangerous.
Call your health care prov...
I have been having intense pain on the left side of my head. The pain is so intense that if it lasted longer then it did I could not stand it. I have no other symptoms. No pain in the the eye area, no weakness in body, nothing. The pain lasts anywhere from 10-30 seconds at a time. I have lived with it for about 20 years now. I did go to a neurologist about 9 years ago and had MRI done which showed nothing. This pain will last a week or two disappear for months and then show up again. It is not a constant pain, the pain comes lasts 10-30 seconds disappears for a little while maybe half hour and comes back. In the last two weeks this pain it has increased more than I have ever experienced. When I went to the doctor 9 years ago he did not have an answer and said they could be cluster headaches, but I do not have the symptoms of cluster headaches. Anyways. I am not sure what to do seeing how the MRI showed...
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