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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
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 more
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 more
What are some causes of severe nausea, shakiness, and light headed feeling all at the same time, multiple times a week?
Many causes: These symptoms can have many causes from hypoglycemia to other hormonal imbalances and even neurologic conditions. This needs to be evaluated by a healthcare professional soon. ...Read more
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
Can gad cause tiredness, weakness, fatigue and cold chills, body shivers and shakiness? I've been very anxious lately.
Can Zoloft (sertraline) cause hot flashes, sweating and shakiness? On 150 mg for 1 week. At times I feel on fire/skin hot. Temp 98-99.4. No other sx.
POSSIBLY: I would immediately call your physician with the symptoms that you are describing. I am not sure if this is a new dose for you or if the medication is new to you. ...Read more
Sugar level 78 doctor at ER told me it was low gave me a 5 hours glucose test. Is 78 low? Whent to the ER cause of shakiness dizziness BP was 166/82
Maybe: I would be much more worried about hypoglycemia in a diabetic with those symptoms. Seek medical attention and get the blood sugar tested. Remember that too low a blood sugar can be very dangerous. Insulin resistance describes physiologic changes that occur in type 2 (primarily) diabetics. ...Read more
Can a Vitamin D deficiency cause muscle weakness, shakiness and exercise intolerance? I have low vitamin D, I'm being treated, on week 2, feel awful
Severe vitamin D def: May cause Adults to experience "bone pain" as well as muscle weakness. There is no clear pattern of symptoms. In fact many people remain asymptomatic despite low levels. But here are the more common symptoms: Fatigue, General muscle pain and weakness, Muscle cramps, Joint pain, Chronic pain, Weight gain, High blood pressure, Restless sleep, Poor concentration, and Headaches. ...Read more
I was feeling shakey weak and like my heart was racing. Food helped me feel better. Before I ate my blood sugar was 93. Can that cause shakeyness?
Blood sugar of 93 is at the high end of normal for a fasting glucose and would not have caused the symptoms.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Eval: If this is a chronic problem, it would be best to be medically evaluated. Once the cause of the symptoms is determined than a treatment plan can be made. ...Read more
Not typically: 25 yo fibromyalgia (FM) male? "shakiness" as symptom of FM. Shakiness is atypical FM symptom; especially in 25 yo. This symptom involves arms/neck commonly in elders w. central nervous system disorders; which Neurologist can diagnosis. Unilateral leg shakiness might occur w. pelvic instability, found in some w. FM; wherein sacroiliac joint ligament injury initiates ipsilateral leg unsteadiness. ...Read more
See a physician: Unfortunately, there are many conditions that can cause those symptoms, from very mild (like ear infections, sinus infections, etc.) to more serious. It also can depend what you are doing at the time that the symptoms come on (at rest, with activity, after eating, etc.). I would absolutely recommend seeing your physician. Best of luck to you! ...Read more
See a neurologist: It is doubtful that loss of balance is related to anxiety. Vertigo is a far more common cause of loss of balance many a times in the absence of dizzy feeling. If neurologist also determines that indeed your loss of balance is from anxiety then it will last until your anxiety is controlled. ...Read more