I've been preparing for the exam recently, so I study for a long time every day. I always feel dizzy and sleep is not very good. It's been half a month. I've been better in the last two days. I went to the hospital to check the MRI of the brain and cervical spine and the blood pressure are normal. Is it a cerebrovascular problem
In this case, if you do the magnetic resonance examination of the brain and cervical vertebra, there is no problem to consider. Generally, it is not a cerebrovascular problem. Sometimes, you can cause poor rest, fatigue of staying up late and lack of sleep. Pay attention to develop good living habits and ensure adequate sleep, which can be improved.
Now that we have checked, the brain and cervical vertebrae are normal, which may be caused by learning fatigue. We should keep a happy mood and rest for two days before learning. Don't be too stressed. If the pressure is too great, the efficiency will not be very high. Learn to deal with it easily.
If some people are dizzy and feel dizzy and heavy, if there is no problem in going to the hospital to check the brain MRI, it may mean that there is some phenomenon of insufficient blood supply to the cerebral vessels. If there is a problem with the cerebral vessels, it is necessary to further check and do a good job in this kind of cerebral angiography, which can not rule out the possibility of cerebral vascular stenosis, but it is recommended to take oral drugs for observation