This video is about my dizzy at the onset of my period. It’s a little different than the typical one I post on here, but this one is about my weird start to period.
It’s a little different than the typical one I post on here, but this one is about my weird start to period.
This one is from my personal experience. I know this isn’t really anything to worry about, but I wanted to give you a heads-up that this will happen. It happens about 4 times a month. I call it my “periodic dizziness” because I don’t really know what it is. In fact, I can’t even remember what it started with. My doctor did tell me that I have a “periodic disorder”.
So there you have it. If you’re starting your period early, you’re probably doing something wrong. Dizziness, like our friend, is a periodic disorder. And there’s a lot of people that have trouble getting to sleep.
If you’re also experiencing periodic dizziness, you could be suffering from a less-common type of sleep disorder called restless leg syndrome. Restless leg syndrome is a sleep disorder that causes you to shake, clench, and sometimes jerk while you sleep or fall asleep. You’ll also feel hot or cold or restless, especially if you’re trying to fall asleep. And when you wake up, you’ll experience a wave of dizziness.
As we learned in our previous video, restless leg syndrome is caused by nerve signals in your brain getting distorted or blocked. This causes your body to shake, clench, and jerk like a leg trying to move. This is what causes you to wake up after you fall asleep. This is what causes you to feel hot or cold or restless, and its only going to get worse with age.
Its a common problem for the elderly or those suffering from chronic pain. It is caused by nerve signals getting distorted or blocked.
It helps explain why so many of us feel dizzy or nauseous, and why we can’t do anything with our hands. There are also two additional reasons why we feel dizzy or nauseous: The first is called a “postural syncope.” This is when the brain signals the body to “stand up,” and then the body does so. This is one way of explaining the feeling of dizziness.
The second is called a vestibular syncope. This is when the body signals the brain to stand up, and then the brain does so. This is one way of explaining the feeling of dizziness. If I dont have a vestibular syncope I wont feel dizzy at all. Some people have both a postural syncope and a vestibular syncope.
Dizziness is a normal reaction to standing. Vestibular syncopes are the result of a brain signal telling the body to stand up. If your vestibular system is out of gear, you will get dizzy. It is a neurological condition that can be treated with a good dosage of Vitamin B. The postural syncopes are rare.