light headedness

light headedness

a condition of feeling giddy, faint, delirious, or slightly dizzy.
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She said: "I'm in bed nearly 22 hours a day with extreme headaches, sickness and light headedness.
These symptoms include neck, shoulder, and upper back or abdominal discomfort, shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, sweating, light headedness, dizziness or unusual fatigue.
Also he was complaining of light headedness, chest pain, feeling of compression over chest, tingling in hand and perioral region.
A Rather unhelpfully, dizziness and light headedness are often two of the most difficult symptoms to pin down in terms of what it is causing them - purely because they can be a feature of a huge range of different conditions.
The human body is extremely sensitive to jumps or dips in glucose levels in the body and either way can have a negative effect on the way we function and feel, we have all had that light headedness or headache when we haven't eaten for a long period of time.
Feelings of dizziness can range from a bit of light headedness to severe spinning.
More serious symptoms include dehydration, weakness, light headedness, decreased urination, dry skin, dry mouth and lack of sweat and tear.
All showed signs of feeling unwell and one was violently sick while others experienced raised heart rates and light headedness.
We believe no child is at risk however if anyone has any difficulty breathing, or suffers from light headedness or nausea then they should contact NHS Direct Wales on 0845 46 47 or their GP in the first instance.
Aside from some short-lived light headedness, he had no further problems.
Workaholics report feeling pressure in their chests, dizziness, and light headedness.
Following delivery, the client felt unwell and presented with dizziness, light headedness, tiredness, pallor and breathlessness.