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What are the causes of lightheadedness usually?

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Dr. Aaron Haug
Neurology
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In brief: Low blood to brain.

Light-headedness is usually caused by a decrease in blood flow to the brain.
This can occur with position changes, such as standing up suddenly. It can also occur if blood counts are low, such as in anemia. Sometimes irregular heart beats can cause similar symptoms. Discuss your situation with your doctor.

In brief: Low blood to brain.

Light-headedness is usually caused by a decrease in blood flow to the brain.
This can occur with position changes, such as standing up suddenly. It can also occur if blood counts are low, such as in anemia. Sometimes irregular heart beats can cause similar symptoms. Discuss your situation with your doctor.
Dr. Aaron Haug
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