“Blackout” after waking up, what is the reason? Is it dangerous?

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After waking up, it should be necessary during the time when our bodies are fresh and clear because we have fully charged our bodies. (except for just a few hours of sleep, you have to wake up may cause drowsiness and still feel exhausted because I still haven’t fully rested) but if I am confident that I have slept enough for more than 6 hours, but why wake up early and have a fainting sensation? Let’s see why.

Why is it dark after waking up?

Dizziness after waking up arising from the body And the heart can’t adjust after getting up from bed after waking up immediately It’s like fainting caused by bending over and getting up. Or look up quickly as well But dizziness after waking up is more likely for the elderly than young people. If we lie down and then get up quickly at an angle of 90 degrees, our heart may contract faster to allow blood to feed the brain in time. When the heart cannot pump blood to the brain in time Therefore, there may be blackouts occurring.

dark face after waking up Is it dangerous?

Dizziness after waking up is just one of those symptoms that can occur as you age. The heart cannot pump blood to the brain as quickly as young people. There was no serious danger. Only if there is a congenital disease related to the heart already If you experience severe fainting after waking up May be dangerous in terms of falling objects or falling down the stairs, etc.

How to prevent blackouts after waking up

  1. after waking up in the morning Take the time to slowly get out of bed. Slowly nod your head up. Slowly tilt your body, planting your feet on the floor. Handles on the headboard or edge of the bed and slowly get up from the bed Let your body gradually adjust.
  2. exercise regularly especially cardio Or cardio exercises such as walking, running, aerobics, cycling, swimming to keep your heart healthy. pump blood to the brain faster If anyone has a congenital disease related to the heart Talk to your doctor before you start exercising.
  3. Get enough sleep, get 6-8 hours of sleep per day.
  4. Eat food from all 5 food groups

If you continue to feel faint after waking up Consult a doctor to find out the real cause.

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