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Peeling palm, dizziness. Symptoms of any disease?

Hi doctor Inside of my left hand is peeling. My arm feels dizzy when I sleep. Usually I wake up when the hand dizziness is severe. I find my hand below my body or above my head and try to release it quickly. The dizziness goes in few minutes but when I sleep, it comes up again. I think my left hand goes dizzy more often than the right hand. Now I think the peeling and dizziness are related as they are both happening to my left hand, what is wrong with me. Could these be a symptom to any disease? Please answer me online cos I may have no chance to follow your tv show. Thank you
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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Hi.peeling skin and dizziness are related.dizziness over the hand may be due to decreased blood supply to the hand.rule oout diabetic or hansens neuropathy.regular application of moiste cream and flucort cream and use of neurokind plus can cure it
Answered: Mon, 26 Aug 2013
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