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lightheaded

adjective A popular term referring to a sensation of faintness.
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During this time they can feel lightheaded due to small fluctuations in blood pressure.
The symptoms begin suddenly with chest pains, palpitations, feeling lightheaded, dizzy, sweating, trembling and faint.
Wayne says it makes him feel nauseous and lightheaded.
When you are lightheaded or dizzy or get a headache after heading a ball, then you have a grade I concussion, and this is happening more often than we think," he says.
Akagi, Imamura is fondly revisiting - and revising - his favorite themes, giving them an affable, lightheaded bounce (set to an absurdly jaunty, swing-tinged score).
Stop taking Glumetza and call your doctor right away if you feel very weak or tired, or have unusual muscle pain, trouble breathing, stomach pain with nausea and vomiting, diarrhea or feel cold, especially in your arms and legs, or if you feel dizzy or lightheaded, or have a slow or irregular heartbeat, or a medical condition suddenly changes.
Should you experience dizziness, a lightheaded spell, or loss of consciousness, tell your doctor immediately because a pacemaker may be indicated at that time.
Her lungs are so weak that she cannot walk unaided for more than a few steps without gasping for breath and feeling lightheaded.
I still get lightheaded and tired out (while skating), because I haven't done that much in about a month.