I am getting dizzy spells consistently when I am in certain situations. When I am doing a yoga workout and get onto my back and turn my head to the side, I feel like I'm going to pass out. When I'm on my back during sex, I feel like I'm going to pass out. It comes on quickly and leaves quite quickly, but it actually feels like I'm about the black out if I don't shake mysefl out of it. Any reasons you can think of? Is it worth seeing a doctor about? It happens every time in these two positions. Thanks for your advice.
It wouldn't hurt to see you physician and it also would not hurt to see a chiropractor. If you have some vertebrae in your neck that are out of alignment, this will definitely cause the dizziness and faint feeling. When I get like this, I see my chiro and after a treatment, I am back to normal.
Also, could be positional low blood pressure. A chiro can help that too, but, also, would not hurt to see a doctor, just to make sure all is well.
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