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A 29-year-old male asked:

i've been randomly feeling light head/dizzy. i notice it more while im at work and when i take a deep breath. im in sales so im not real active at work?

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Dr. Felix Brizuela
Neurology 32 years experience
Too many things to summarize: Dizziness is always something that needs to be investigated, especially if it's coming and going. At his age, it is unlikely but not impossible cardiac related problem. Yes on medication for blood pressure, could you be taking too much. You could also be dehydrated. Too many things to list here, it is consistent enough concern, i would have to see a physician.
Dr. Victor Bonuel
Internal Medicine 38 years experience
Get examined : Possibilities could be a drop in blood pressure , fatigue , anemia, hypoglycemia etc go see your dr for a comprehensive check up . Give us some feedback . Take care!

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When im laying in my bed I turn my head to the left, only ti the left and I feel like dizzy or something, I can explain, the I turn right and stop?

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Positional vertigo: Dizziness with certain head positions is consistent with benign positional vertigo. This is usually self resolving. However, should your symptoms persist or worsen, be sure to see your family doctor, internist, or neurologist.
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Why do I get dizzy when I move my head?

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How long should I feel dizzy after knocking my head?

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A 31-year-old female asked:

My head feels like its going to exploode.I can't lift my head, move, even talking hurts. I have gotten sick a couple times when I stand up I get dizzy?

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Dr. Cornelia Franz
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Please be seen: You nee to be seen as asap. It could be a sinus infection or migraine or both . Either way you r headache is one that needs to be evaluated. Have someone take you to your doctor or nearest emergency department.
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Why does my head feel woozy after consuming a moderate amount of cola?

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Too much caffine: I would suspect that you are having problems with excessive caffeine in the cola. If the symptoms persist without consumption of the cola and then you would need a physical evaluation.

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