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Sometimes when I talk to someone for a long time, their faces blow up in my head and I get really dizzy. Is this normal?

Sometimes when I talk to someone for a long time, their faces blow up in my head and I get really dizzy. Is this normal?

No: You are the first person I have heard of with this particular complaint. If you are serious, then the problem may not be eye-related, but metabolic or neurologic. Please make an appointment with a primary care doctor, who can look for specific things to guide you to the next step. Good luck! ...Read more

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Dr. Dariush Saghafi
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Dizziness (Definition)

Dizziness is a feeling of light headedness that includes loss of balance, vertigo, or the feeling as ...Read more


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When standing in the sun for too long, i get a headache, become sensitive to light and get dizzy when i talk or move too much. Migraine?

When standing in the sun for too long, i get a headache, become sensitive to light and get dizzy when i talk or move too much. Migraine?

Probably migraine : Your symptoms are suggestive of migraine. A moderate to severe headache associated with light or sound sensitivity, nausea, dizziness, activity making it worse, etc. There are a variety of treatments. See your doc. ...Read more

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Why do I get light headed/dizzy when I talk to someone too much and I woke up very dizzy? I also have daily headaches.

Why do I get light headed/dizzy when I talk to someone too much and I woke up very dizzy? I also have daily headaches.

Drink more fluids: I would recommend drinking plenty of fluids (water, gatorade, vitamin water) and see if that helps your symptoms. ...Read more

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Sometimes when I talk to someone, my vision gets really blurry and I get really dizzy. Is this normal?

Sometimes when I talk to someone, my vision gets really blurry and I get really dizzy. Is this normal?

No: This is not a problem with your eye, but with your circulation. The parts of the brain that control balance and sight are not receiving enough blood. It can occur with fainting, but there are many other possible causes. If this is a recurring problem you should discuss it with your pcp. ...Read more

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My head feels like its going to exploode.I can't lift my head, move, even talking hurts. I have gotten sick a couple times when I stand up I get dizzy?

My head feels like its going to exploode.I can't lift my head, move, even talking hurts. I have gotten sick a couple times when I stand up I get dizzy?

Proceed to ED: A headache associated with signs like difficulty speaking or moving should be seen immediately. Could just be migraine but could be something more serious like stroke. ...Read more

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Well, i get a lot of headaches and im talking big time, usually when i wake up i feel dizzy, i do eat normal, it happens regularly ?

Well, i get a lot of headaches and im talking big time, usually when i wake up i feel dizzy, i do eat normal, it happens regularly  ?

See a doctor: Most headache are simple to manage . A lot of them are related to the stress . But it needs to be evaluated by a physician to rule out any serious condition . You are too young for a serious problem . Check with a doctor please. ...Read more

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I have seizure's and get dizzy, hear radio ads or music, can't talk for a few minutes and nausea after it. What type of seizure is that?

I have seizure's and get dizzy, hear radio ads or music, can't talk for a few minutes and nausea after it. What type of seizure is that?

Triggering: Some rare forms of epilepsy are triggered by environmental events, such as strobe lights at a concert, or even music or sounds, as you describe. Although this provocation is unique, the events are controllable with appropriate medications. Work closely with your doctor. ...Read more

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I am a teacher and when I have to talk loudly or yell for long periods I get lightheaded/dizzy. What could be the cause of this? stress? breathing?

I am a teacher and when I have to talk loudly or yell for long periods I get lightheaded/dizzy. What could be the cause of this? stress? breathing?

Combination: Sounds like a combination of stress and working yourself up. Try to stay calm and take relaxation lessons. Try to take deep breathes slow and steady. See how you feel then ...Read more

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