I always feel light headed, what could it be, it's not dehydration I drink water all the time?

Endocinology. Lightheadedness can come from many different causes. If you are drinking a lot, it may be a hormonal issue. Consult a primary care doctor who can direct your care. A good history and physical exam may reveal a simple cause. http://vipplasticsurgery.com.
Multiple causes. If you are drinking excessive water, your sodium may be low. You should see your doctor to evaluate for this and other causes.

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Light headed feeling when I drink water, BP around 104/73, urine a little dark, last time urinated 8am now noon and have no urge to go. Dehydrated?

Dehydration. Yes. Probably you are dehydrated. Drink plenty of fluids. It need not be water. You can drink fruit juice, soda or lemonade etc. Some people complain of dizziness after drinking cold beverages, which could cause vagal response. Drink fluids at room temperature. Read more...

My pap came back unormal I went back to the dr cause I fell sick light headed felling like I can pass out the dr said im dehydrated since then I been drink water and gatorade and no change the same im still dehydrated my body just not accepting the flu

It . It sounds like you are dehydrated and not able to drink fluids. You need to be re-seen and evaluated immediately. If you have pain, vomiting, fever, or new complaints, then you must be seen in the er. It also appears that your pap was abnormal from your question (i'm not sure if you meant to type normal), so if it is abnormal then that definitely needs to be followed up. Read more...
First, . First, your abnormal pap smear wouldn't have anything to do with your dizziness. Your doctor should talk with you about what comes next to deal with this issue. Now, your dizziness could be caused by any number of problems. One way to tell if you're really dehydrated is to check the color of your urine. If you're emptying your bladder several times a day and your urine is pale yellow in color (not dark), you're not dehydrated, and some other explanation for your dizziness must be sought. Anxiety, viral illnesses, anemia, medications or recreational drugs, heart problems, metabolic disorders, and an array of other conditions can cause faintness. If your symptoms don't resolve soon, return to your doctor for reevaluation. Good luck! Read more...

Dry mouth/chapped lips and dizziness. How can they be related and a cause? Drink water so not dehydrated.

Examination. The litany of metabolic disturbances, systemic diseases, conditions, allergies, and hydration issues is too long to list in this space. You need to seed your General Physician for an examination and evaluation. Please call to make an appointment now. Read more...
Anxiety and Stress. Based on the information provided, I would suspect anxiety. Depending on the cause of your anxiety symptoms, your health care provider can provide you with treatment options or referral to a specialist. Read more...

I always feel light headed, I drink water all day. I work in front of computer and wear glasses, but nothing seems to rid of it. Eyes go blurry?

CSD. This condition may be what used to be called visual vertigo and sometimes called chronic subjective dizziness. I have seen this condition in people who work in a confined spaced using their eyes on a computer and looking back and forth. Once out of that work environment, the condition seems to subside. You may have to alter the hours you do this or do other tasks that do not rely on eye movemen. Read more...

When ever I play high notes on the trumpet directly afterward I feel light headed I practice breathing and try to drink water but it just keeps going?

ValSalva? I assume you must blow rather hard to hit the high notes on a trumpet? So you may be increasing your intra-abdominal pressure just as you might if blowing up a very tight balloon, or pushing out a bowel movement. If this is making you light headed it implies that the blood flow to your brain is being blocked and that could be very dangerous at your age of 46 years. See a clinic, bring trumpet! Read more...