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i'm fairly active, eat well, and drink lots of water, but i still tend to get a bit faint/dizzy sometimes when i stand up. it goes away after a second or two of just standing there, but is this something i see my gp about? thanks! getting dizzy when i s

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Dr. Zeyad Morcos
21 years experience Neurology
I would : I would just to be safe. Being wiser in life (older) we tend not to able to be as agile as before, such as cannot jump in sports, or ski all day, and felling that brief/short dizzy is common, but better to check it out.
Answered on Apr 19, 2019

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