So you want to intentionally feel dizzy. Maybe you just want to pretend you're passed out or just want to have some fun. Dizziness is a sensory response to a temporary drop in blood pressure and blood flow to the head, usually from standing up too quickly after sitting or lying down. You can trigger this sensation in a number of ways, but you need to be careful. Dizziness can cause nausea, vomiting, or even death in some cases.
Method 1 of 2: Standing Too Fast
Step 1. Squat down
Bend both knees and bring your body to the floor. Your head hangs low too. When you stand up quickly after squatting, sitting, or lying down for a while, blood rushes from the head and the brain is temporarily thrown from its usual equilibrium. If you haven't been sitting or lying down in a long time, try squatting down and breathing quickly to mimic the process.
- Beware of external factors. The effects of dizziness can be more intense if you are hungry or dehydrated, or when the air is hot and humid. You may faint or vomit if you feel dizzy,
- Try standing with your head or hands (handstand). Turning over is a very fast way to get blood flowing to the head. In essence the process is the same: stand upside down for 1-2 minutes until your head feels heavy, then stand up. Make sure your neck is well supported.
Step 2. Breathe quickly and deeply while squatting down
In theory, this will increase blood flow and temporarily raise blood pressure, especially in the head and lungs. Keep in mind that the longer you squat, the more likely you are to feel dizzy when you stand up.
The heavier and faster you breathe, the faster your heart rate. This speeds up blood flow
Step 3. Stand up quickly
Keep your head up, and don't move too much. The blood pressure will drop from your head suddenly and you will soon experience dizziness.
Your vision may darken. Your eyes can light up and see the dots or “stars” dancing in front of you
Step 4. Wait before running
You should stand for a while and enjoy the sensation. Let your gaze return and the brain find its balance again. If you walk when you feel dizzy, you could trip, fall, or bump into something.
Method 2 of 2: Holding Your Breath
Step 1. Hold your breath
Holding your breath will remove oxygen from your brain. Your body is used to the regular flow of fresh oxygen. Therefore, humans must continue to breathe in order to survive. If you hold your breath, the brain will be deprived of oxygen and enter "crisis mode". If you hold your breath until you feel uncomfortable, even if only for a few seconds, you can make yourself feel dizzy.
Step 2. Make sure you do it very carefully
Don't hold your breath too long so you don't pass out. Whatever you do, don't remove oxygen from your brain in a way that can't be undone manually. You are playing with life. Hold your breath only if you can breathe again immediately. It means:
- Do not wrap the head in an airtight container. Of course, your nostrils and mouth should not be blocked at the same time. Otherwise, the risk of suffocation would be enormous.
- Don't give your head a headache in the water. If you faint in the water, you will not be able to return to the surface and will eventually drown.
- Don't try to give yourself a headache while you're doing something that requires your full attention. Do not do this when you are cycling or driving a car. Don't do it while standing on the edge of a high place. You can die from a crash or fall.
Step 3. Get ready to look at the “stars” and feel very dizzy
This sensation may make you depressed and even faint. Don't try to walk until your head is completely clear. Make sure you can have complete control of whether or not to breathe. Otherwise, you run the risk of brain damage or even death.
- The faster and deeper you breathe, the more dizzy your head will be.
- Another tactic is to turn around quickly until you feel dizzy. However, you can feel nauseous if you spin too fast.
- Make sure you are near a soft object such as a mattress, sofa or rug. Don't injure yourself by falling on a dangerous surface, in case you faint.