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Dr. John T. Chiu answered:

Can eating one meal a day cause weakness or dizziness/lightheadedness?

Expected

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Human is not made to eat just one meal a day and thus you are subjecting yourself to bouts of hypoglycemia when without food for a long time , thus the weakness and dizziness You need to eat at least 3 meals a day. They need not be large, just enough to cover your energy need.
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Dr. Prem Gupta answered:

What is dizzy and light headedness, sweating, numbness & tingling caused by?

Probable vertigo

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Attacks of vertigo, usually benign positional vertigo, are the cause of all or at times some of the symptoms that you are experiencing
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Dr. William Singer answered:

Would a head injury be causing light-headedness, dizziness, and trouble walking?

Yes

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Those are common symptoms of a concussion
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Dr. Yash K. Khanna answered:

Ear aches and occasional ringing in ears and sometimes a blocked feeling. Light headedness, serious head rushes & dizzy spells. Why is all this?

Ear Infection/wax

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You need to be checked by your family doctor or a ENT Specialist as you may have ear infection or fluid in the middle ear or impacted wax.You need some one to look in your ears,throat and nose.Your symptoms can all be due to one of these condition
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The past two days I have had 3 "episodes" of dizziness, light headedness, racing heart, borderline passing out and feeling like my head is shaking.

See you doc

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Could be an arrhythmia (irregular heart beat) and further testing may be required.
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Dr. Rick Koch answered:

Dizzy, light, headedness, fatigue, shortness of breath, yawning.

This constellation

Fatigue
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Is extreme dizziness and light headedness a typical result of anemia?

Absolutely

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But for extreme symptoms I would expect a quite low Hgb value
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Does Bell's palsy include dizziness, light-headedness. or a loss of balance?

Not usually

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Bell's palsy typically only has facial weakness or paralysis. Other symptoms such as dizziness are not common. It is important to have a thorough evaluation by an Ear Nose and Throat specialist to make sure there is not some other problem like a tumor growth
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Have neck arthritus what should i take take or do for dizziness and light headedness?

It may not be neck

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This may not be due to the arthritis. You physician will check such things as circulation, neurologic status, inner ear and general health status. These can all impact light headedness and dizziness. You will need a checkup to clarify your issues.
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Need to know if my severe headaches and light headedness and dizziness could be from trigger points?

Migraines

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You could well be suffering migraine headaches, but could have many potential triggers, and these could be dental, jaw, sinus, food reactions, stress, but your meds, especially tylenol and hydrocodone are notorious causes of "chronic daily headaches". See a neurologist and get this addressed.
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