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Dizziness, imbalance, high BP on eating non-veg items, milk, horlicks, nuts. Cure for symptoms?

Hi I m XXXXXX.Im 30yrs old male.My problem is that for a few yrs i m unable to digest non-veg items ,milk,horlicks, nuts and baked cakes.whenever i ate them my blood pressure rises.I began to feel giddiness,my body is not in balanced condition.while i m standing i feel i am going to fall but nothing happens.what is d matter ?plz recommend me.
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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Hi Karan,
Thanks for writing your query.

It will be helpful if you please mention your baseline blood pressure recording and the reading after eating the mentioned foods.

The food items you have mentioned donot increase the blood pressure to such an extent that you will feel dizziness. Non veg contains salt and can increase blood pressure to some extent but will not cause dizziness unless your baseline blood pressure is already high.

You should get yourself medically examined and investigated by a physician and can start anxiolytic if he thinks necessary.

I hope this is helpful to you.
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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