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Lose control while standing and fall, momentary black-out and unable to hear. Head throbs for hours. Suggestions?

Even if im not tired im just sat down for only a few seconds to a long while, i get the urge to stretch , so i do, if im standing i tend to lose abilities of my muscles and i fall to the ground and everything goes black momentarily, i cant hear during the pass out and experience a wierd feeling like my mind is somewhere else. Then sometimes afterwards my head will throb for hours like im concussed or something. Why?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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thanks for the query.

this would be absolutely because of hypoglycemia.
it would have been better if you have mentioned your age and work.
most of the people with low levels of glucose would like to stretch muscles for lysis of glycogen to glucose.
are you built thin?

your giddiness is due to decrease oxygen to the brain .
i think u should go for blood sugar levels to rule out my cause of u r symptoms if not consult u r physician.
Answered: Wed, 24 Jul 2013
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