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lightheaded

adjective A popular term referring to a sensation of faintness.
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The people reported lightheaded episodes more often on the high- than on the low-sodium DASH diet.
I began increasing my drinking water and I feel so so much better--no longer constipated, no dry mouth, and have not been lightheaded in the past two weeks.
If you feel lightheaded upon standing, sit down until your symptoms pass.
He said: "I was feeling lightheaded and what did not help was my injured knee and ankles.
I remember feeling a bit lightheaded at times, but it passed so I thought nothing of it.
The stream of warm air felt good on my chilly arms as we visited, but eventually I started feeling lightheaded and a bit ill.
Allison later tweeted that she had just got a little lightheaded and thanked the president for catching her.
Enough fumes will leave you lightheaded and nauseated.
Important precautions Always sit when you're taking fast-acting nitroglycerin, as it can drop your blood pressure, making you lightheaded and at risk of falls.
Hunter Valentine's rockin' drummer and lesbian reality TV star Laura Petracca opens up about the frenzied world of touring, baring herself on camera and her lightheaded, unabashed wild side on curvemag.com.
lightheaded, anointed by the gods I might have stolen from.
Some athletes experience warning symptoms such as lightheaded spells, shortness of breath, or chest pain.