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Excessive sweating, get lightheaded, dizzy with small tasks, disturbed sleep, normal results for hormonal blood tests. Reason?

Hiya I ve had all blood tests done and also hormone levels done which come back normal my symptoms are excessive sweats sometimes for nothing and also after the most menial oif tasks like doing the laundry go lightheaded and dizzy also constant waking during sleep time and also I m on antidepressants called sertraline but had these symptoms before going onto medication any ideas
Asked On : Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Oct 2012
hi most important in this case is to check your blood sugar and thyroid status..also important is to consult your cardiologist regarding syncopal attack..if they are already said and done ..there may be some anxiety-related problems for which medication may be appropriate with some relaxation therapies..meditation may well help..consult a psychiatrist after excluding any other medical morbidity..gear up..have a good health
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