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Why Does Delta-8 Make Me Dizzy?

Vertigo refers to dizziness that occurs suddenly. It is usually a spinning feeling, which makes you feel as if you are spinning or that the room is spinning around you. Vertigo is often experienced by people when they stand up or move their heads rapidly from one side of the body to another.

Vertigo, however, is usually a condition that causes frequent dizzy spells. It may not be chronic or permanent, but it lasts several days. Vertigo is more common with certain medications, or when you have low blood sugar or dehydration.

Is Vertigo a Side Effect of Delta-8?

Vertigo is a rare side effect, although it can occur. Additionally, the dizziness sometimes experienced as a side effect of Delta-8 is just that–dizziness–whereas vertigo is a condition characterized by frequent dizzy spells.

Delta-8 in low to moderate doses is less likely to cause dizziness, but you may experience it only at high doses.

Vertigo can also be caused by other side effects of Delta-8, such as dehydration. You may feel dizzy if Delta-8 makes you dehydrated. To reduce the risk of experiencing side effects, ensure you are properly hydrated. Also, understand how to dose Delta-8 properly.

This article was written by a cannabinoid specialist at DRIP Cannabinoids. DRIP Cannabinoids joined the market in June 2020. We quickly established our mission: providing customers with the purest oil on the market, and in tandem providing a premium final product. Through each and every one of our products, DRIP strives to relieve people from the discomfort, stress, and anxiety of daily life by giving them access to cutting-edge cannabinoids such as Delta-10 and Delta-8 THC. DRIP’s formulas and procedures are all designed with the purity and safety of the customer in mind.

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