Today I had the worst dizzy spell ever. I stood up and BAM it hit me like a huge wave.
My vision went all blurry and I pretty much could not see. I thought I was going to faint. What’s worse is that I was helping my parents teach their first grade Sunday school class when it happened so I couldn’t lay down or do anything about it. It lasted for around 3 minutes but it was probably the worst 3 minutes I have ever experienced in my life. I broke out into a cold sweat and my heart was pounding in my chest. I can’t even begin to describe the feeling. My head felt heavy yet light, it was like my head was trying to detach itself from my body. I’ve had dizzy spells in the past where I would stand up and feel dizzy along with a little blurred vision but nothing like this. It scared me big time. What really got my scared was the fact that the dizziness never fully went away. Usually it lasts 10 seconds and then poof gone never to return, but not this time. I’ve felt dizzy on and off all day. I don’t usually mention stuff like this to my parents simply because I know they’ll make me go to the doctor and I don’t want to mess with it, but I knew I had to say something this time. The fact that I was still dizzy hours later, it wasn’t right. I thought it might be low blood pressure but I checked it and it’s fine. My parents think I’m anemic and that could be true since I don’t like red meat and hardly ever eat it, and I’ve had dizziness in the past. It could all be because of the anemia and maybe now it’s gotten really bad? They suggested that I take some vitamines with iron to see if it helps. I really hope it works and that this never happens to me again. I never EVER want to feel that way again. I pray that maybe after a good nights sleep it will go away entirely. I really don’t want to wake up feeling worse or even more dizzy. I don’t want to wake up and get another one of these. I’m scared that it’ll happen again. I just want to feel better. Why is this happening to me? I’m too young for my body to be giving out on me TT_TT.