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What can having a slow heart beat cause besides some dizziness?
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Dr. Bernstein Joel
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Vascular etiology
Dizziness comes in a variety of symptoms.
Lightheadedness is usually a result of decreased blood flow to the brain and may be the result of a heart beat that is less than 40 to 50 beats per minute. A pacemaker may be indicated. Vertigo or the hallucination of movement may be inner ear or rarely central (brain). A slow heart beat may be result in syncope. See a cardiologist.

In brief: Vascular etiology
Dizziness comes in a variety of symptoms.
Lightheadedness is usually a result of decreased blood flow to the brain and may be the result of a heart beat that is less than 40 to 50 beats per minute. A pacemaker may be indicated. Vertigo or the hallucination of movement may be inner ear or rarely central (brain). A slow heart beat may be result in syncope. See a cardiologist.
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