This morning i got out of bed and walked towards my door at which point my head began to rush. This is normal for me as i frequently get head rushes. My legs started to shake and i fell onto the door and i couldn't see anything. I then found myself on the floor in the right angled space in between the door and the wall and my head was shaking badly. For about 10 seconds i was completely disorientated, but as i began to get up from the floor i was fine, apart from my grazed eyebrow. I felt fine for about an hour with slight dizzyness and now i am starting to feel a slight nausia. I am 15. Shall i go and see a doctor?
Yes! This is not normal. You could have blood pressure that is too low or you could have a circulatory or heart problem. You definitely want to find out what is going on. In the meantime, stand up slowly, and just stand there for a few seconds to let your heart catch up on the increased effort needed to pump blood to your head.
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