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I have been experiencing extreme dizziness, sometimes accompanied with nausea and sometimes accompanied with head pressure and rapid heart beat, low blood pressure. Could it be as simple as not eating enough of something (ex:protein or calcium)? Please help, it's scary and annoying.


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replied June 12th, 2006
Headache, Migraines, Sinus Conditions Answer A1057
According to your height and weight, it seems that you are not receiving enough nutrients in your diet or eating enough. I recommend you visit your GP and request standard blood/urine analyses and an ECG to identify what may be causing these symptoms. There aren’t serious reasons to be scared...but going to a doctor can help ease worry.
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