Dizzy light headed nausea no energy what could this be?

Many causes. Your symptoms are not specific enough to make it possible to provide a diagnosis. Common causes include not enough sleep, missing a meal, having a heavy period (anemia), viral illness, and many more.

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Started w sore throat, pain on cheekbones, radiate to head and shoulder area. No energy, whole body aches, dizziness, nausea, nasal congest, warm body?

Get checked. regarding systemic aches, rule out mold toxins and Lyme disease. Regarding upper quarter, check the cranial joints (TM joints, occiput, frontal sinus at the spheoid junction) and associated musculature for the presence of pathogens, toxins, or allergens. Check the ears for dizziness. Read more...

What causes dizziness feelin light headed and. Lack of energy on occasions?

See below. This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. Read more...

Hi, I am a 25 year old female with a BMI of 30. I have recently begun exercising after being somewhat sedentary for a few months. The previous 2 times I did high intensity cardio, after 35mins I became very dizzy, saw "stars", felt nausea, light-headed, an

Exercise tolerance. Your body needs to gradually work up toward doing a longer or higher intensity exercise routine. Start by doing no more than "moderate" intensity, for no more than 20 minutes on the first day. Then, GRADUALLY increase it every 2-3 days, by 5 minutes each time, until you reach your ultimate goal. You pushed yourself too hard and too fast, and THAT is why you felt sick afterward. Read more...
Dizzy. You may need an EKG and to ease into an exercise program with your weight loss plan. Virtual consult if you need more definitive help. Read more...
You need a check up. You need to consult your doctor and needs a complete physical exam and blood test and EKG. You may be Anemic,or have another medical condition causing the dizziness after the cardio . Meanwhile limit your physical exercises to less than what you are doing now.Are you eating properly or on any specific diet for weight loss. Read more...
Water/slowly. When you haven't been exercising for a while you may need to start slowly and build up gradually. Also make sure you are eating regularly and drinking plenty of water before and after exercise. If symptoms persist see your doctor for an exam and blood tests. Read more...

Been feeling dizzy, exhausted, no energy, light headed. Not sure if it just exhaustion because of my work schedule or something else.

Multiple symptoms. Could be your hectic work schedule with stress, lack of sleep, etc, but could also be a physical illness. Take some time off and see if your symptoms go away. If they do, then you know what caused them. If not, go see doc to have history & physical done and work up. Read more...