Blood sugar dizziness

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It could be high blood sugar. Talk to your doc about whats going on.
9 mos ago i had a anxiety attack caused by low blood sugar. I didnt know what was happening because I never experienced anxiety on such an extreme level before. I went to the hospital and prescribed anxiety medication. I didnt stay on the medications because it made me feel dizzy with head pressure. I have had several MRI's and MRA's because the dizziness wont go away. I have it everyday. The doctor found a cyst on my brain but it is so small it shows no significance to the dizziness.
Also have your blood pressure and blood sugar checked just to rule out the above conditions mentioned. Regards and God bless.
This can happen if there is a sudden drop in the blood pressure, eye or ear issues, dehydration, low blood sugar and even heart problems. A complete physical examination, and diagnostic tests such as blood pressure measurements and tests, ECG, hearing tests, neurological tests, balance testing (ENG) or MRI may be done. Treatment will depend on the underlying cause. Take care and do keep us posted.
Hello, Important causes of dizziness include hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) or hypotension (low blood pressure) .Pls get your mother evaluated for that. Sometimes lack of proper sleep or taking stress can also lead to dizziness. Sometimes, there are partial or complete blockages in the arteries that supply the brain with blood.
Hello, First and foremost, regular estimation of blood sugar is important as hypoglycemia can lead to dizziness. Also get your blood pressure monitored as orthostatic hypotension due to sudden decrease in systolic BP can also cause dizziness. Sometimes, there are partial or complete blockages in the arteries that supply the brain with blood.
Hello, First and foremost, regular estimation of blood sugar is important as hypoglycemia can lead to dizziness. Also get your blood pressure monitored as orthostatic hypotension due to sudden decrease in systolic BP can also cause dizziness. Sometimes, there are partial or complete blockages in the arteries that supply the brain with blood.
But, I'm the other way around! Is it normal? Is it a blood sugar thing perhaps? Or, am I just a chunkamuffin' that needs to shrink her belly?
You should follow up with your doctor about the further management plan in your case. Are you eating properly? Get your blood pressure and blood sugar checked to find out the cause of the symptoms of dizziness that you are having. Also inform your doctor about this. Let us know if you have any other doubts and post us about how you are doing. Regards.
You should also check your blood sugar and your blood pressure. Maybe you could get a fasting blood sugar there? and your blood pressure. Don't they have neurologists in Asia? Definitely America has plenty of Neurologists. They also have ENT doctors. When I got severe vertigo they tested me for both seizure, migraine and hearing. I already knew I had the migraine variant by the EEG I had. They say I had high brain wave signals.
today again he felt quite dizzy strongly for a few secs so he went to get his blood sugar and pressure tested. his blood sugar was 5.7 after breakfast and his pressure was 130/90. my question is what could be the reason for this dizziness? hes completely normal and healthy now. but in the past 6 months he has felth this dizziness 3 times. thanking u for ur help and assistance ... waiting for ur reply.
Your sensation of numbness, tingling, and passing out can be a manifestation of blocked blood supply. Metabolic problems such as uncontrolled blood sugar can also present with these symptoms, as well as other systemic problems such as low hemoglobin levels, or high blood pressure. Nutritional deficiencies of minerals (such as Calcium) or vitamins (B vitamins) can also explain part of your symptoms.
Further, have you ever tested yor blood sugar when you skip a meal? If not, you may get low blood sugar when you get that. When my blood sugar gets low, I have gotten shaky, a headache, etc.. When it comes to drinking, if you don't drink enough water, you might develop a case of orthostatic hypotension, where your blood pressure drops when you stand up and your vision can blur. Not getting enough sleep can make your cognitive functions not do as well.
im pregnant with my second child and i will say that dizzyness is common, only time you should be really worried is if you get sgins of pre-eclampsia, or if your blood sugar is low, but being dizzy is ok theres really nothing you can do to make them stop them, but it is very normal to have dizzyness, if you are concerned its best to call your ob to make sure,
A lot of things might cause that, but one that comes readily to mind is that your blood sugar is dropping too low.
Sometimes it also happens if I lay my head flat at night. I have gotten two physicals and everything is good (e.g., cholorestoral, triglyserides, blood pressure, sugar are all low; and I have an active thyroid). I had extensive testing with an ENT doctor that included in the office testing and the results are that I do not have an inner ear problem; and my hearing is good. I do not know what the next step is, but I am thinking I may have either a sugar problem or a brain tumor.
You can discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Dizziness could be due to postural hypotension (blood pressure falling with change of position), internal ear problems and cervical spondylitis or compression of cervical spinal nerves. All these cause dizziness when you get up from lying down position or when you change position that results in a change in the level of your head. Cervical spondylitis and ear problems also cause dizziness on changing the position of the neck.
Hi Thanks for writing to the forum! Dizziness could be due to postural hypotension (blood pressure falling with change of position), internal ear problems and cervical spondylitis. All these cause dizziness when you get up from lying down position. Cervical spondylitis and ear problems also cause dizziness on changing the position of the neck. Other causes of dizziness are anemia, GERD, hypoglycemia or low sugar and some endocrine problems.
In addition, other conditions, such as adrenal insufficiency (Addison's disease), low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), and in some cases, diabetes, can trigger low blood pressure. Dehydration. When you become dehydrated, your body loses more water than it takes in. Even mild dehydration can cause weakness, dizziness and fatigue. Fever, vomiting, severe diarrhea, overuse of diuretics and strenuous exercise can all lead to dehydration.
I have symptoms like that to, I was diagnosed with hypoglycemia, its low blood sugar. eating regularly every three hours tend to keep it at a managible level. However I've done some research for you and your syptoms also match (only) a few that someone with an anuerism might experiance. If your insurance will cover it, just to be safe you should schedual a CAT scan with contrast. If you go to the doctors first and have them schedual it for you its usually free.
There can be many causes of your dizziness like anxiety, stress, low BP, low blood sugar, poor eyesight, dehydration, inner ear problems like meniere’s disease and benign paroyssmal positional vertigo. Certain medications can also cause dizziness. Are you taking any medications?
The main cause of dizziness is due to the rising hormones that cause your blood vessels to relax and widen... It could also be caused by low blood sugar levels! Just don't stand up to quick cause you could fall!
Vision changes and are a symptom of high blood sugar and with your family history, I would suggest having a glucose test done. Other symptoms of Type 2 diabetes (some similar to Type 1) would be extreme thirst and hunger, hard to heal wounds, weight loss, frequent urination, blurred vision, tingling and numbness and itchy skin. A CBC test will show the maturity and count of red and white blood cells but is not the tool used to diagnose diabetes.
Hello everyone I was just wondering is it common in pregnancy to have lightheadness and some dizziness. my blood pressure is normal but this morning i woke up and i feel really weird .This is the first time i have ever felt like this . I am 32 weeks . I hope everything is okay do ya think it just might be a cod coming on or something.
Dizziness or lightheaded spells may be due to a variety of conditions such as anemia, low blood sugar, changes in the blood pressure, eye and ear issues such as error of refraction, vertigo and infection. Check with your doctor to determine the underlying cause and to rule out the conditions mentioned.Since the ear is responsible for balance and equilibrium, you may benefit from further evaluation by an ear specialist. Take care and do keep us posted.
Now in my second pregnancy I already started getting it and I'm only 6 weeks along. It could be low blood sugar or iron deficiency. I would ask your dr and they can test you for both of those things.
You can discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Dizziness could be due to postural hypotension (blood pressure falling with change of position), internal ear problems and cervical spondylitis or compression of cervical spinal nerves. All these cause dizziness when you get up from lying down position or when you change position that results in a change in the level of your head. Cervical spondylitis and ear problems also cause dizziness on changing the position of the neck.
You need to get examined to rule out a few things such as low blood pressure, postural hypotension (fall in blood pressure, cervical spinal nerve compression, hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), severe anemia, an underactive thyroid (called hypothyroidism), overactive thyroid (called hyperthyroidism), adrenal insufficiency (called Addison's disease), GERD or gastric reflux, and internal ear infections. Please consult your PCP for primary examination followed by proper referral. Take care!
He has had many stress tests that reveal no connection with the heart and the dizziness. He has had blood sugar tests to confirm that it is not hypoglycemia. He takes no medications. In fact, he was on a Beta blocker but that was stopped, hoping that it was contributing to the dizziness, which it wasn't. Could this truly be allergies/sinustis or should further testing be done? Could this be stress related?
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