Our expert says:
Dizzyness, or "giddyness" can be caused by a lot of factors and should be investigated. Your GP needs to exclude cardiac and neurological problems. Medications can also cause dizziness.
Certain conditions can be easily treated. There is a condition called BPPV (Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo) that is suggested by dizziness while turning in bed and looking upwards. An ENT will be able to diagnose this condition.
I suggest you see an ENT surgeon who will decide on further tests depending on clinical findings.
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