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12 Natural Ways to Help with Dizziness (You Will Love #5)
Lemons are really healthy for your body. The vitamin C they contain improves the immune system, which can stop you from becoming ill. Lemons are also naturally energizing, and can help you to feel more refreshed and full of energy. When a dizzy spell hits, simply squeeze the juice from half of an organic lemon into a glass of water and drink. If this is too sour for your tastes, add a bit of honey to the mix to make it more palatable. Read more about ways how lemons can save your life.
This fruit is sometimes called Indian Gooseberry and it is a popular Ayurvedic remedy for dizzy spells. This fruit is rich in vitamins A and C, which means it contains compounds that improve blood circulation, which help to stop dizziness. You can eat a few of these fruits each day or grind up the de-seeded fruits into a paste, mix with two teaspoons of coriander seeds (sometimes referred to as cilantro) and mix with a cup of water. Allow to sit overnight, then strain and drink the water. Drink one cup of this mixture each day.
12. Eat a Better Diet
Sometimes, you can prevent dizzy spells simply by eating the proper diet. Eating right will help you prevent many of the root causes of dizziness including low blood sugar, low blood pressure, and anemia.
Eating iron rich foods such as spinach, almonds, dates, asparagus, liver, and tofu will help to fight off anemia.
You should also include plenty of vitamin C in your diet including broccoli, grapefruit, lemons, oranges, bell peppers, and spinach.
If you don’t already, you need to add plenty of foods that are rich in folic acid such as peanuts, sprouts, liver, bananas, broccoli, and green leafy veggies such as kale, spinach, and Swiss chard.
Avoid beverages that block the absorption of iron such as wine, beer, and coffee.
Be sure you get plenty of rest and avoid working overtime or performing strenuous tasks while you are experiencing periods of dizziness.
Stay hydrated and drink plenty of fluids.
If you feel dizzy while reading in a car, bus, or train, avoid this activity.
Many people find that yoga or mediation exercises help to calm their mind and the body and decrease the frequency of dizzy spells.