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Episode of dizziness with light headedness, faint hearing, profuse sweating, chills after eating and alcohol consumption, eases with fresh air. Cause?

I ve been out eating dinner and drinking alcohol (but not drunk) and all of a sudden I get very light-headed, dizzy, my hearing goes faint, and I start to sweat ( cold sweat) but feel warm. I feel a bit ill in the stomach , but don t vomit . It lastest only for a few minutes until I run outside and get some fresh air then I m all fine and feel a little scattered after it.
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. You had giddiness reason might be
fever middle ear infection or gastritis etc. When ever there
is giddiness there will be light headed ness blurred vision or
impaired hearing etc. I advise you to consult a physician for
diagnosis and treatment. You may have to take MRI BLOOD
SUGAR alng with other routine tests for diagnosis. I hope you
are satisfied with my reply. thank you.
Answered: Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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