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Cause Of Shaky Vision
Yes: Those are symptoms of decreased blood flow to your brain, which could lead to fainting. In hot weather, your blood vessels open up more to help you cool off. That can cause your blood pressure to drop, particularly if you are dehydrated, standing for a long time, or have had an alcoholic drink. Read more
See below: It depends. Can you control it? Is it provoked? Is it constant or intermittens do you have a family history of tremors? Are you on the medications? All this information will help your physician to decide on the diagnostic tests and treatment plan. Read more
Tremor: There are many causes of shakiness or tremor and certainly, anxiety is one of them. Other causes may include thyroid disorder, vitamin deficiency, alcohol abuse or withdrawal, some drugs, several neurological disorders, and a condition known as benign essential tremor, which basically has no known cause. Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
Zinc level: I would look for other causes such as an overactive thyroid, anxiety, calcium or magnesium deficiencies, toxic substances, withdrawal from certain medications or other substances. Your physician should evaluate you and he/she will order the appropriate tests and, if deemed advisable, refer you to the proper specialists. Read more
Several things: Reaction to medication, hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), anxiety, cardiac arrhythmia, middle ear infection, labyrinthitis, panic attack, anemia, and dehydration are few conditions. If these are frequent symptoms should consult physician for physical exam and perhaps testing. Read more
Yes: Hormonal imbalances can do just that. Talk to your endocrinologist. Read more
Dreaming: Falling off to sleep is associated with nervous system changes. Some jerking is experienced also some heart rate irregularities. During sleep itself there are various cycles of light and deep sleep. Dreaming, especially rem sleep, can be associated with heart rate changes. These are all normal physiologic responses. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are some causes of severe nausea, shakiness, and light headed feeling all at the same time, multiple times a week?
Current lithium level is 1.66, can this cause symptoms like, exhaustion, sleepiness, off balance, weird visual disturbances, shakiness, jerky muscles?
Yes!: The symptoms you describe can all be due to a high lithium level. It's very important to keep the level within the therapeutic range, and levels over 1.5 are considered toxic. However the timing of the lab test relative to your dose matters. Please contact your physician as soon as possible for instructions on what to do with the dose and when to check again. Read more