There are various reasons why you experience dizziness, stress can be one of them. When you are stressed, you take shallow breaths, which as a consequence, interfere with the supply of oxygen to the brain and you feel dizzy. Dizziness, when accompanied by anxiety, is often described as light-headedness or wooziness. This is caused by legitimate physiologic changes within the brain.
Chronic stress can affect the body’s nervous system in odd ways affecting our sense of balance. Other causes of dizziness are anaemia, inner ear infection, dehydration, sudden drop on blood pressure, low blood sugar, etc.
In order to reduce dizziness symptoms caused by stress, you should try ways to cope up with stress. You should do exercise to keep your balance system correct for the unwanted dizziness symptoms. Exercise and physical activity releases endorphins into the body which helps you to feel happier and healthier.
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