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A 48-year-old member asked:

Feel weird light head ?

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Dr. Nicole Bressler
Dr. Nicole Bressleranswered
Emergency Medicine 9 years experience
Many Causes: You may be feeling light headed because of dehydration or need calories. Getting plenty of water and proper amounts of food could help. However, there may be more serious causes and you should see your doctor if you keep feeling like this.
Dr. Bennett Werner
Cardiology 44 years experience
Many causes: You may have low blood pressure, low blood sugar, medicine side effects, lack of sleep, stress or anxiety, viral illness, or about 1, 000 other things. Can you provide any other symptoms that are a bit more specific?

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A 44-year-old member asked:

Is it normal to have a very light throbbing in your head when you feel it?

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Dr. Eric Levin
Psychiatry 41 years experience
Depends: We all have this from time to time. It depends upon the rest of the story. When does it occur, how often, are you on meds, entire head or local, any other sx like vomiting or nausea or light-sensitivity/ history in family? How long have you had it. What makes it better or worse..Like any symptom it may be nothing but with a good history could lead to a diagnosis and life saving treatment.

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Last updated Aug 22, 2019

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