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I feel dizzy especially when I bend over?

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Answer #1 | 13/10 2016 07:39
See a Dr. The restricted nutrition advice that was chosen as best answer cant be used as a diagnosis for the cause of your dizziness. That is plain dangerous advice to give.
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Answer #2 | 12/10 2016 21:51
There are several possible reasons for this. One could be low blood pressure or circulation problems, and if you are otherwise young and healthy, this could be due to dehydration, as dehydration can cause a drop in blood pressure since there's not enough water in the blood to keep it nice and flowing like water through a hose. Another reason could be due to having fluid in your ears, possibly due to a cold or allergies. You can also get dizzy due to low blood sugar, if you may make a habit of skipping meals, or are not eating foods that release a nice steady flow of glucose into your blood while it digests. Like for example, if you are eating a lot of refined sugars/carbs, and not like fruits and vegetables and whole grains, and protein rich foods, etc. Other causes can be stress, and even hormones. If this has been going on for a while though, you probably should see a doctor, as some of the reasons that can cause dizziness, may be warning signs, of something more serious going on.
Positive: 61.538461538462 %
Answer #3 | 13/10 2016 08:30
You might be constipated.
Positive: 61.538461538462 %
Answer #4 | 13/10 2016 04:51
There are several possible reasons for this. One could be low blood pressure or circulation problems, and if you are otherwise young and healthy, this could be due to dehydration, as dehydration can cause a drop in blood pressure since there's not enough water in the blood to keep it nice and flowing like water through a hose. Another reason could be due to having fluid in your ears, possibly due to a cold or allergies. You can also get dizzy due to low blood sugar, if you may make a habit of skipping meals, or are not eating foods that release a nice steady flow of glucose into your blood while it digests. Like for example, if you are eating a lot of refined sugars/carbs, and not like fruits and vegetables and whole grains, and protein rich foods, etc. Other causes can be stress, and even hormones. If this has been going on for a while though, you probably should see a doctor, as some of the reasons that can cause dizziness, may be warning signs, of something more serious going on.
Positive: 53.846153846154 %
Answer #5 | 13/10 2016 01:30
You might be constipated.
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Answer #6 | 13/10 2016 14:39
See a Dr. The restricted nutrition advice that was chosen as best answer cant be used as a diagnosis for the cause of your dizziness. That is plain dangerous advice to give.
Positive: 54.545454545455 %
Answer #7 | 12/10 2016 19:08
light blood pressure
Positive: 50 %
Answer #8 | 13/10 2016 02:08
light blood pressure
Positive: 50 %

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