Will a vitamin deficiency cause the effect of dizziness when getting out of bed and some lightheaded feeling?

Vitamin deficiency. There are many vitamins - which one(s) are you taking? Do you really need any? I doubt the dizziness is related to the vitamin - please see your doctor.

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Several symptoms. Please start by seeing your doctor. There are many possibilities and he/she will diagnose and treat. Something physical MAY be the issue but anxiety can also produce similar symptoms. If you need a nutritional lab panel, Spectracell Lab in Texas has a good one. Peace and good health. Read more...
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