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Lightheadedness, dizziness. Advised due to low glucose levels. Eating frequently, no help. Reason?

Hi Ive been experiencing lightheaded feelings and dizziness for a few months now. Was told it was low gluo levels and I was to eat more freq and not miss meals. I m a very healthy eater. I did that worked for a couple of weeks , while I was feeling not as bad and now I m worse. Whenever I leave the house I get worse. I constantly feel like I going to faint and fall when in public , down the street the mall crossing the road and sometimes at work. What is wrong with me :(. How can I stop this . I m 26 female very healthy
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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Hello Dear and thanks for the query
I do not think now this problem is from low sugar level. It seems to more of stress or anxiety. Make yourself relax. Do regular exercise or yoga to release your stress. Meditation and specially Sava Asana will help you a lot. Spend time with your dear ones. If this all does not help you than you need to consult your psychiatrist and get proper counselling and planned treatment.

Other causes for dizziness must be ruled out like Cervical spondylosis, Anemia and Ear infection. Hope this will help you.

Best Wishes
Answered: Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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