2. Deep Breathing
Overexertion, hypoglycemia, and dehydration can all cause dizziness either during or after exercise. Typically, hyperventilation or rapid breathing while exercising may result in an imbalance of oxygen and carbon dioxide within the body. This can result in becoming dizzy. If your dizziness is brought on by a breathing issue, one of the best things that you can do is to practice a deep breathing exercise.
The first thing that you should do is to either lie down or find a comfortable seated position. Place one of your hands on your face and the other on your stomach. Close your mouth and cover one of your nostrils with your thumb and take a slow, deep breath. Your abdomen should rise while you do this. After a second, close both of your nostrils and purse your lips. Hold this for two or three seconds and then slowly exhale. Repeat this about ten times and then sit quietly. Your symptoms should go away.