I have been having problems with wooziness, nausea and light headedness along with a mild headache. I can get through my days but it's not enjoyable. I have a very sore neck and I recently tried a stretch which was recommended by a physical therapist and I get really nauseaous and dizzy afterwards. I lay on my back on my bed, hang my head off of the edge of the bed and lean backwards to try to stretch my neck out. Is it normal to get nauseaous and dizzy after this (he said it wasn't normal, I'd like to get some other opinions)? I'm seeing a doctor next week so I'd like to tell them about this in case it's abnormal. I also took a flight recently and almost passed out during my layover. I thought it was because I needed to eat but the more I think about it it might have had something to do with my ears.
Re: Nausea when bending backwards, is this normal?
Anytime someone has dizziness with neck and/or ear involvement, it's always good to have a doctor check it out. There are blood vessels in the neck that can be affected, so getting checked can be helpful. Hopefully this is easily fixable and very temporary, but having a doctor's appraisal can help prevent anything more serious happening. My humbl opinion! : )