No distinct pattern with me though usually, unless I’ve wound it up, I’m better in the evenings, the later the better. The times I’ve said if only I could be as good tomorrow morning. So mornings must be my worst. After more than 3 years 24/7 dizziness, this last few weeks I’ve been steady unless I wind it up.
You have overdone it. Pushed the MAV too far. Change of activity maybe? More looking down. I found this last year with the new puppy. More standing about, rather than sitting perhaps. Standing up, standing still is much more challenging to balance than walking around. In Tai Qigong there is a position called ‘embrace the tree’. It is said 25 minutes of ‘embrace the tree’ is all the exercise a strongman needs. It exercises everything, all the muscles, the lot apparently. It’s gruelling. ‘Just’ standing perfectly still in a refined stance where you appear to have your arms hugging an imaginary tree.
MAV likes routine/consistency. Every day to be the same. Yesterday I went into a supermarket shopping for about 15-20 minutes. Totally on impulse. MAV doesn’t do ‘impulse’. Today my head is woozy, not one of my usual symptoms at all. I don’t normally frequent supermarkets. I expect yesterday may be my 10th supermarket attempt in nearly 4 years! So MAV will make me suffer for it, that break with routine. With MAV I think that’s pretty normal, normal for me at least. Maybe new for you.
Somewhere you are pushing it too far quicker than it wants to go. I got up two mornings running more than an hour before usual this past week and by 9.00pm I was physically tired and starting to spin. Normally I never feel tired before bedtime and am still bright at 11.00pm and not dizzy. Just another example of this pesky condition.