Sudden onset of symptoms such as dizziness, weakness, fatigue etc in person, in normal situations could be be due to hypotensive states.
Please note if you have some important signs, including -
1. Chest pain,
2. Loss of consciousness or state of reduced responsivity
3. Pale skin color (pallor)
4. Severe prostration (Sweating), moist skin
5. Incontinence of urine or stools,
6. Decreased or no urine output
7. Low body temperature
8. Anxiety or agitation
9. Cool, clammy skin
10. Rapid breathing
Presence of such signs could indicate that you may need immediate medical attention and investigation to know the cause of your symptoms.
In the absence of the above symptoms, could be physiological, or associated with benign positional vertigo.
If the dizziness occurs occasionally, and only in certain positions, it could be due to benign positional vertigo, and might be helped with medications like cinnarizine or meclizine.
You might consult a doctor, for an examination and tests including a EKG, echocardiogram, to rule out other causes of your symptoms.
I always feel dizzy and feel like i want to sleep always, i also feel hot and sweaty for no reason . I dont want can be the cause of this . any ideas? i've been taking medication for my amoebiasis . is this connected?
I have had problem with low blood pressure for over ten years I didn't realize what it was untill I got into medical school. My dizzy clammy skin seeing spots weakness was low blood but drs never told me what was wrong. Untill at school we started doing vitals and my bp was allways so low.
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