Why do I feel drunk in my head?
Overview. Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is one of the most common causes of vertigo — the sudden sensation that you’re spinning or that the inside of your head is spinning. BPPV causes brief episodes of mild to intense dizziness. It is usually triggered by specific changes in your head’s position.
What does COVID brain fog feel like?
Do you feel as though your thinking is less sharp and your memory muddier today than it was before a COVID-19 infection during the pandemic? If so, you are not alone. This “brain fog” is one of the most common concerns that patients of all ages come to me with these days.
Why do I feel floaty?
Causes of lightheadedness may be dehydration, medication side effects, sudden blood pressure drops, low blood sugar, and heart disease or stroke. Feeling woozy, lightheaded, or a little faint is a common complaint among older adults.
What causes feeling drunk without drinking?
Auto brewery syndrome is also known as gut fermentation syndrome and endogenous ethanol fermentation. It’s sometimes called “drunkenness disease.” This rare condition makes you intoxicated — drunk — without drinking alcohol. This happens when your body turns sugary and starchy foods (carbohydrates) into alcohol.
Does diabetes make you feel drunk?
There are a few medical conditions that have the potential to make you appear intoxicated. Among them is diabetes, a common condition throughout America. As a side effect of this condition, people with diabetes may appear intoxicated and slur their speech, get confused or have trouble walking.
How do I stop feeling dizzy and light headed?
How you can treat dizziness yourself
- lie down until the dizziness passes, then get up slowly.
- move slowly and carefully.
- get plenty of rest.
- drink plenty of fluids, especially water.
- avoid coffee, cigarettes, alcohol and drugs.
What are symptoms of long COVID?
Common long COVID symptoms include:
- extreme tiredness (fatigue)
- shortness of breath.
- chest pain or tightness.
- problems with memory and concentration (“brain fog”)
- difficulty sleeping (insomnia)
- heart palpitations.
- pins and needles.