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Smoker, getting queezie, cold sweats, feels blood sugar low, may faint. Reason for above symptoms?

I ve been a smoker for a few years now, but lately whenever I do about 10minutes later I get super queezie and cold sweats and feel like my blood sugar is really lw and that I may faint. Just wondering why all of a sudden this is happening,obviously smoking is bad for my health but is something seriously wrong right now?
Asked On : Fri, 16 Nov 2012
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Addiction Medicine Specialist 's  Response

If you are getting fatigued easily and feeling faint, and are a heavy smoker in addition, you should get yourself evaluated by a physician, and get some routine investigations done, including a fasting blood sugar and chest x-ray. Smoking increases the risk of hypertension, diabetes, stroke, COPD, lung cancer and many other disorders. So, do not neglect these early signs and consult a doctor. Even if your test results come out fine, do consider quitting or at least cutting down on smoking.

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