lightheaded


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms.
Related to lightheaded: lightheadedness, vertigo

lightheaded

adjective A popular term referring to a sensation of faintness.
References in periodicals archive ?
If you feel lightheaded upon standing, sit down until your symptoms pass.
I can only imagine that I'll feel breathless from the altitude, maybe a little dizzy or lightheaded and even a bit nauseous and off my food.
He's famous, afterwards you feel amazing, lightheaded.
When she experienced atrioventricular block and felt lightheaded after being given a sandwich by the Birmingham physicians, they diagnosed swallow syncope and fitted her with a pacemaker.
With tears in her eyes, Jack's sister Nicola told how she had caught Jack trying to get lightheaded on another occasion before his death on October 28 last year.
It will help you think more clearly, avoid feeling lightheaded, and even stop your stomach from rumbling during the interview.
Coventry boss Chris Coleman said: "We had to have the physio and the doctor with him because he was feeling lightheaded and he fainted in the dressing room.
I found that they could each make me lightheaded, dizzy, drowsy and incapable of operating heavy machinery -- such as my mouth.
Do residents feel lightheaded every time they flush the loo?
Q MY 14-year-old son often complains of feeling dizzy and lightheaded.
Patients should stop taking Glumetza(TM) and call their doctor right away if they feel very weak or tired, or have unusual muscle pain, trouble breathing, stomach pain with nausea and vomiting, diarrhea or feel cold - especially in their arms and legs - or if they feel dizzy or lightheaded, or have a slow or irregular heartbeat, or a medical condition suddenly changes.
She had complained of feeling shaky and lightheaded when she got off the ride but her condition rapidly deteriorated and a Disney employee called the paramedics.