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Momentary Dizziness After Sniffing A Flower Could Pollen Do That
Pollen is the equivalent of sperm for a plant. It is a genetically active product, seen on flowers usually, which the plants with the assistance of birds, bats and insects as well as the wind, uses to fertilize the egg of the plant to ensure a next generation. It also can be irritating, functioning as an allergen, leading to sneezing ...Read more
I'm eating a lot less since I started taking bee pollen because it doesn't make me hungry. Could that be why I feel dizzy and off everyday?
Dehydrated: Drink plenty of water, 2 liters more a day (8 glasses with 8 more ounces) and see if you do not feel better. Make sure you are eating enough calories to fuel your body through the day with a balanced diet as well. Eat more vegetables and fruits and maybe a multivitamin and see how much better you will feel. It will be amazing. You are most likely just dehydrated. Good luck and feel better! ...Read more
Sinuses: Allergies can lead to sinuses becoming congested which can cause headaches. That "clogged" sensation can feel like being lightheaded. ...Read more
Early Spring Tree: At this time of year, tree pollens predominate. ...Read more
I have pollen allergies, my friend gave me a plant with flowers in it, they died and now are growing some more, should I give the plant away? Or keep I
Pollen allergies: It depends on how bad your allergies are and if you are willing to take Meds to control your allergies!!!! . If you decide to take medication to control symptoms of allergies and you start having side effects, then it is not worth keeping the plant. It is your choice. Only time will tell. ...Read more
If I'm allergic to pollen from a lot of wild flowers and have seasonal allergies from ragweed and dandelions, will I be allergic to chamomile?
If I have allergies to pollen, then will shampoos, lotions, etc with ingredients like lavender, chammomile and other flower extracts bother me?
S/S: Headache & dizziness. BP is 96/54 (low for me), HR is 115bpm. Did some moderate exercise 5 hours earlier. Could this be from possible dehydration?
More details: Need to distinguish between this and vertigo. Vertigo is the sensation of motion when you are standing still - room spinning. If associated with headache could be migraine, other options include benign paroxysmal vertigo and even vasovagal. See a neurologist or your primary doctor. If persists an ent. ...Read more
Lots-see MD: Describing episode of lowblood sugar or poor blood flow to brain-can be from low BP on standing, as may be w/dehydration, (or certain meds) or heart rhythm disturbance, inner ear or less commonly central nervous system problem, including multiple sclerosis. See md, get examined, appropriate lab testing. ...Read more
Think insulin: Some of us eat large meals and many times there are too many carbohydrates we take in at once. When we eat food we secrete a hormone called Insulin that will help lower blood sugar after a meal. Sometimes people can develop dumping syndrome when food is passed too rapidly into your small intestine. Try to determine if there is a specific food that could be causing your symptoms (food sensitivity). ...Read more
Possibly: Hard to say given the lack of information. Maybe a complete history and physical by your doctor can give you more reassurance? Good luck ...Read more
Common cause: Could be many things. But one of the most common causes is benign positional vertigo which usually resolves in a day or so. However sometimes it may require medications and certain exercises. Please talk to your doctor about it. ...Read more
Traveled from Las Vegas, back to Florida on Thursday. I have been dizzy on and off since then. What could it be?
Hard to say: This is a non specific problem with many causes and really would need your doctors input. Depends on much more information, other symptoms and findings on physical exam among other things. ...Read more
Lots of things: Dizziness and weakness in young people can be caused by anemia (low blood count). Heart conditions can also cause these symptoms, as well as infections and immune-related conditions. Dizziness and weakness are broad terms. Speaking to a doctor about the specific types of symptoms you're feeling, and your medical history, could help to narrow down the list of possible causes. ...Read more
Dizzy: Not necessarily, unless your primary care doctor ruled out any physical causes. ...Read more
Many things: The most frequent cause is mild dehydration. Other causes could included heart disease or rhythm disturbance, too man y medications, autonomic dysfunction and other issues. If drinking more water and less caffeine and alcohol doesn't fix this in a few days, or if you pass out you should see a doctor soon. ...Read more
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