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Have sweating, dizzy, start walking on feeling this, seen after eating. Had previously, but worse now

hey i have been sweating alot and getting warm to the point where its making me dizzy. im always walking of moving when i feel warm like that and is after i eat. i can be walking in below freezing weather with my coat open sweating as im slowly walking on an even ground. or when im sleeping, any ideas? this has been consitiane the past year but seems to be getting worse. i am a woman of average height and weigh, 31 years old.
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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Your main complaints are sweating which occurs during your sleep, mild walking even over a flat surface in a cold climate and even after taking food. You get warm to the level that you get dizzy. Your ht. & wt are normal and you are 31/F.
Being a female, average built and no other complaints - nothing to worry. Any how you need complete investigations for sugar, BP, ECG, Lipid profile along with mainly THYROID PROFILE.
After investigations only your physician can come to conclusion. Get treatment accordingly you will be alright. If you are always in tension, tension relieving tabs or meditation may be of use.
Best wishes
Answered: Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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