I feel dizzy and light headed and very weak but only at night feeling very warm to?

Dizzy. These are not normal symptoms and should not be ignored. Please visit your doctor .
Check a few things. You need to have a few things checked: 1. Check your blood pressure and heart rate when you are having these symptoms. 2. Have some bloodwork checked. Make sure they check your CBC (complete blood count), glucose, and thyroid levels. 3. Are you having regular periods?

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