Causes of fatigue, weakness and dizziness

Reasons for dizziness and fatigue: Ignoring fatigue weakness can be heavy on you. Let us know the reason for this.

Summer is coming and people face many problems like fatigue, weakness and dizziness in this season. But have you ever wondered what is the reason behind it? Actually, due to the lack of electrolyte in the body in summer, many problems occur. Due to this there is pain in the body and the muscles start getting stretched. But apart from this, there can be many reasons for weakness, fatigue and dizziness in the body. To know about it, we spoke to Dr. DP Pandey, Anjata Hospital, Lucknow. So, let us know in detail 9 causes of fatigue, weakness and dizziness and preventive measures.

9 Causes of Fatigue, Weakness and Dizziness

1. Dehydration

Dehydration occurs when your body does not have enough fluids. If you do not drink enough water, your body may become dehydrated. Especially true when you’re outside or exercising in hot weather. You feel tired only in the symptoms of dehydration.

To treat dehydration, drink fluids such as water or electrolytes such as glucose. If you are severely dehydrated, you may need to go to the hospital for fluids.

2. Motion sickness

Repetitive motion, such as being in a vehicle, such as a car, airplane or boat, can disrupt the structures of the inner ear, causing dizziness, nausea, and vomiting. People call it “motion sickness”. Being pregnant or taking certain medications can increase a person’s sensitivity to motion and increase the risk of experiencing motion sickness. The symptoms of motion sickness usually subside when the person sets foot on solid ground.

3. Migraine

Migraine is a type of recurring headache that can cause throbbing or throbbing pain on one side of the head. The American Migraine Foundation estimates that 30-50% of people experience dizziness during a migraine. Sometimes, people experience dizziness before the onset of a migraine. Other neurological symptoms, age, may precede the pain of a migraine headache.

4. Low Blood Pressure

Low blood pressure can lead to a feeling of lightheadedness in the head. Actually, the rise and fall of blood pressure causes sudden changes in your body and brain. There can be many reasons for low blood pressure such as stress, anxiety, taking drugs, gas and dehydration.

5. Iron deficiency

Fatigue, weakness and dizziness can all be symptoms of iron deficiency. In this case, the symptoms of anemia can be reduced by eating a diet rich in iron. Also taking iron supplements can help treat mild forms of iron deficiency anemia. But if these symptoms increase then you may have to seek the help of a doctor.

6. Low Blood Sugar

Your body needs sugar, also known as glucose, for energy. When your blood sugar level becomes low, you may become dizzy, shaky, and tired. Low blood sugar is often a side effect of insulin and other medications used to treat diabetes. These drugs lower blood sugar, but if the dosage is not right, your blood sugar can drop too high. If you do not have diabetes, you can also have hypoglycemia. This can happen if you have not eaten anything for some time or you drink alcohol without eating. In such a situation, a fast-acting source of carbohydrates can overcome low blood sugar. In such a situation, first drink a glass of fruit juice or eat a candy. Follow this up with more nutritious meals to raise your blood sugar levels. If you get hypoglycemia frequently, you may need medication for your diabetes. In addition, eating small meals throughout the day can help keep your blood sugar stable.

7. Pregnancy and periods in women

Women may experience symptoms of dizziness and weakness during pregnancy and periods. Actually, in both these situations, the functioning of the body becomes sluggish and also feels like sick. So you can feel all this during this time. To avoid this, correct your diet.

8. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)

Fatigue is the main symptom of CFS, and it can be so severe that it makes it difficult to perform everyday tasks. In addition to fatigue and dizziness, a person with CFS may also experience sleep problems, muscle or joint pain, headaches, and a sore throat.

9. Standing up too quickly (orthostatic hypotension)

Its medical name is orthostatic hypotension, also known as postural hypotension. This can happen to you when you wake up from sitting or lying down. During this time the blood does not reach your brain fast enough. Also you feel dizzy.

So, these 9 reasons can cause dizziness, fatigue and weakness in your body. You should not ignore such conditions and you should talk to your doctor. Also, to avoid this, also correct diet and exercise because bad lifestyle affects all these things more. So, eat healthy, exercise and stay away from these problems.

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