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Light headed, dizzy, cold hands. Not taken blood pressure pills

Hello, since yesterday I have been feeling very light headed adn dizzy. when i bend over adn come back up i am very dizzy. feeeling very hot but hands areice cold . have not been taking my high blood pressure pills. i have consumed since yesterday 1 liter bottle of mountain dew, 1 cup of coffee, some water, 1 can of orange juice, a ham adn cheese hot pocket, some jello and a banana for breaksfast. i get up at 4am to come to work by 5:15-5:30. for lunch i had some townhouse crackers and some taco bello-burrito and soft taco supreme with a sweet tea. Today I am still light headed and dizzy- I have aten 2 banana s, 1 can orange juice, some water and a yogurt
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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Hello and welcome
I have read your query with diligence.
Hypertension justify the reasons for light headed and dizziness. Dehydration can be one of the reasons. Normally a person has to consume about 3 liter of water in any form. My personal advice to you is do not miss you anti-hypertensive dose in any case because hypertension is silent killer and give rise to number of diseases. You can reduce you dose of the drug and even stop the drug if you control all the risk factors for heart disease. Do not stop the medication without advice of your treating doctor.

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Answered: Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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