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27 year old with nausea, dizziness and sweaty palms and feet. What is the cause?

My fiancé is is a healthy 27 year old. He works out three times a week. Drinks lots of water and consumes a generally healthy diet . For a couple weeks he has experienced dizziness , sweaty palms and feet , then nausea . What could cause this? He has a doctors appointment for tomorrow but I want him to have some knowledge of the situation so he can be aware of what questions to ask. Thank u
Asked On : Sat, 17 Nov 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response

Maybe he should check for his Hemoglobin (Hb%) levels. Was there any change in the diet? Does he feel dizzy and nauseous all the tie, or in episodes? When are the sweaty feeling in palms and feet more?

Kindly revert back so I can prescribe safe herbal medicines.
Best regards,
Dr Gautham
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Answered: Thu, 29 Aug 2013
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