Last Updated on January 17, 2020
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Almost every single person alive in this world has experienced, in one time or the other, a feeling of dizziness. People could experience a headache and dizziness together, or they could experience just the one without the other.
Women, for example, could—they actually do!—feel dizziness in pregnancy times; but a lot of people start feeling nauseous and dizzy out of nowhere and for no apparent reason,which is never a pleasant feeling.
However, dizziness has many specific physiological causes. Headache dizziness or any other kind of dizziness, happen for reasons that could be identified and treated.
Let’s take a couple of examples: Feeling dizzy on a period is clearly related to the different hormonal changes that a woman goes through during that time of the month.
Moreover, there is pregnancy-related dizziness, meaning that a pregnant woman could experience dizziness in early pregnancy, which is how most women can identify their pregnancy, or dizziness during pregnancy, that is to say, well into the pregnancy, mostly an advanced stage.
In this article, however, we are not going to limit ourselves to women; rather we are going to tell you all about those physiological causes of dizziness, and which are the concern of the general public.
This way you will be better informed and more capable of dealing with that feeling of dizzying that you sometimes get and are so frustrated about. We urge you, therefore, to read the full article!
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