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“I’m sleeping with dizziness…”
It seems that he sleeps all day because he feels dizzy when he wakes up.
Certainly, it’s better to sleep when it’s hard.
But is this correct?
Symptoms that appear suddenly will go away if you sleep.
For example, it is better to sleep when you have a stiff back, food poisoning, or a cold.
However, chronic symptoms do not improve with sleep.
Or rather, it will get worse.
“Will it get worse if I sleep?”
You may wonder, but none of the dizzy people who come to our clinic have been cured by sleeping.
I actually spend more time sleeping than I used to.
Why is this?
Vertigo is said to be ′′ there is no abnormality ′′ in most cases even if you have a test at the hospital.
Most dizziness is not a disease but an autonomic imbalance.
So what happens to the autonomic nervous system when you sleep?
The autonomic nervous system consists of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.
The sympathetic nerve is the active nerve, and the parasympathetic nerve is the rest nerve.
So what happens when you just sleep all the time?
The sympathetic nerves during the day do not rise.
“I heard that many people have high sympathetic nerves and low parasympathetic nerves, but is it really necessary to raise the sympathetic nerves?”
You may ask, but there is a big problem here.
Many people are working on ways to raise the parasympathetic nerves, such as breathing exercises and yoga, when balancing the autonomic nerves.
However, what is not widely known is that the parasympathetic nervous system follows the sympathetic nervous system.
In other words, if you don’t raise your sympathetic nerves during the day, even if you practice breathing techniques or yoga, your parasympathetic nerves at night will only rise as much as your sympathetic nerves have risen.
Therefore, if you sleep all the time during the day, the sympathetic nervous system will not be activated, so the parasympathetic nervous system at night will not be activated, and even if you sleep, the dizziness will not improve.
So what should we do?
Don’t sleep too much and stay up as much as possible.
I was sleeping all the time, so at first I was tired just being awake.
It makes me want to sleep right away.
But gradually increase the amount of time you get up.
This will raise your sympathetic nervous system.
And the night parasympathetic nerves will also rise.
You will sleep better.
Then the dizziness will get better day by day.
When you wake up, wake up with a good posture so you don’t look down too much.
Place the back of your hand on your waist.
Tighten the muscles on both sides of the spine just above the back of the hand and arch the spine. there is).
“Is it okay if I don’t puff out my chest?”
Yes, please don’t push yourself.
Pushing your chest out can make things worse.
Specialized in depression and autonomic imbalance
Autonomic nerve specialist Nobuhiro Miyajima
Nishifuna Reset Manipulative Clinic
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