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Can Allergies To Cedar Make You Dizzy
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
No...but: I agree with dr. Mcghee's answer. Dizziness can be caused by the medications you're taking to treat allergic rhinitis. Phenylephrine, the decongestant found in many over-the-counter & prescription oral medications for seasonal allergies can cause dizziness. If congestion is your main problem, topical antihistamine or corticosteroid sprays may be a better solution. They don't contain phenylephrine. ...Read more
In april, I had a bout of dizziness or lightheadedness, could it be attributed to seasonal allergies?
Possibly: If allergies cause severe nasal congestion blocking the eustachian tubes going from the back of the nasal passages to the ears, imbalance and/or lightheadedness may occur. It would be unlikely to have severe vertigo from allergies however. ...Read more
Yes: Allergies can cause people to feel light-headed and dizzy. A severe allergic reaction could cause someone to pass out. See an allergist for evaluation. People with severe allergic reactions especially to foods or bee stings often need to carry emergency medicine like epipen (epinephrine). ...Read more
Yes: Problems with allergies leading to congestion can cause middle and inner ear problems that can certainly lead to feeling dizzy. Also, extension of a sinus infection into the brain or middle ear can also cause dizziness, and these are very serious conditions. Don't ignore these symptoms - get evaluated and treated. ...Read more
I have allergy problems that leads to dizziness, then I worry about the dizziness cause I have health anxiety. Could anxiety make the symptoms linger?
Worry about worry: Not sure if the symptoms you are referring are part of the anxiety or the allergies but anxiety can exacerbate physical symptoms or increase one’s susceptibility to physical illness. It’s important to bear in mind that anxiety is not linear. People seldom if ever have one wave of anxiety that gets progressively worse. It comes in several waves that build on each other. Your worry about the anxiety ...Read more
I just went inside after being outside for a few minutes. My head is spinning & won't stop. I have seasonal allergies but never have been dizzy? Help?
Eustachian tube: Dysfunction. Allergies increse the secretions in nasopharynx and floods eustachian tubes with secretion, inflames the orifices of the eustacian tubes causing blockage so eustachian tubes can not clear the secretions. This raise the pressure inside the ear causing, dizziness, tinnitus, pain and some hearing impairment. Try otc antihistamin such as zyrtec, allegra or claritin (loratadine) for few days. ...Read more
This symptom may be due to a number of factors. The use of albuterol should follow an outlined plan, and keeping nasal passages clear with nasal saline will help.
If he has headaches, imbalance, vision changes or other symptoms a visit to the ED is advised.
A virtual appt is available to review his asthma/allergy management. ...Read more
25 no health problems or meds/allergies. Woke up this morning feeling dizzy, wait to see if passes or see doctor right away?
Drink fluids: Drink fluids and watch your temperature, if it gets better then you are good to go, if not see your doctor. ...Read more
Can my allergies mKe me feel dizzy off balance feeling? Blood pressure normal and no medical problems. Very worried been this way for wks
Possible: Sometimes there may be fluid behind the ear drums along with nasal congestion and other symptoms of allergies. It can cause feeling "off- balanced".Discuss treatment of allergies with a physician. ...Read more
We can't diagnose: You without taking a history and without a physical and labs. Pleas see your family doctor and see how much of this is related to your gluten allergy versus other causes of brain fog. ...Read more
My sinus and allergies are making my ears preasure, makes me feel dizzy, what do you recommend for my ear preasure? I am doing everything for my sinus
Sinusses: The pressure is most likely due to blockage of your eustachian tubes (the connection between your middle ear an the back of your nasal/ throat that helps you equalize). So a nasal decongestant or cortisone spray combined with an antihistamine. Saltwater rinses of the nasal passages does a marvelous job as well. ...Read more
Dizziness is a common symptom & often it's hard to find the cause. Neither sinus infections or allergies are common causes of dizziness:
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/dizziness/basics/causes/con-20023004
Ginger has been shown to help with dizziness from motion sickness.It may or may not help for other causes but is safe to try.
Try to find cause. Acupuncture & homeopathy may help. ...Read more
Sinuses: Allergies can lead to sinuses becoming congested which can cause headaches. That "clogged" sensation can feel like being lightheaded. ...Read more
Can an environmental allergy explain why I become weak, dizzy, and sweat profusely when entering buildings?
Why after a cup of tea I felt cold flu and restless accompany by dizziness. Am I allergy to caffeine or tea leave?
Can you have shortness of breath and dizziness from excessive coughing due to allergies w/ diagosis of costochondritis?
Possible: That is possible. Should symptoms persist see your doctor for a more complete history and exam. ...Read more
My face and eyes feel heavy, my head is foggy, and I'm a little dizzy. It doesn't feel like allergies. What could this be?
Allergy, intolerance, or viral? I get vertigo when I eat nuts, chocolate and caffeine, and basic dizziness from other foods. Started after shingles.
Inner ear issues?: If the nerves related to your inner ear get swollen they could easily result in feelings of vertigo/dizziness. Perhaps the foods are causing the nerves to swell? Post nasal drip and eustachian tube dysfunction might do it. Chinese medicine or cranial osteopathy might help. Diazepam is a western medication that would effectively treat symptoms. ...Read more
I woke up light headed and am still light headed a few hours later. I too some allergy meds last night, but if these are side effects, should the meds still be causing them 15+ hours later? I feel fine, I'm just dizzy, light headed.
Probably not: Dizziness is not a typical feature of allergies. The symptoms you describe are more likely due to dehydration or something with your heart - you should discuss these with your primary care physician. A physical examination will go a long way toward figuring out what is going on. ...Read more
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