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feeling sick to my stomach

I am always feeling sick to my stomach. Sometimes I am dizzy with it but most of the time not. If I over eat the sick feeling goes away. i am not a big eater and I have low blood sugar so I snack thru the day to help keep it up. I have been told by my dr a few years ago I have naturally low blood praesure and he told me how to bring it up should I feel like I am going to pass out but the sick feeling all the time is really bothering me. Any ideas
Asked On : Sat, 11 Jun 2011
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If you have naturally low blood pressure and sugar, you may increase the salt in your diet. Consume the pickles, add salt at the table to your food. Drink plenty of water. Have you ruled our causes of low blood pressure and low blood sugar. There could be adrenal hormone causes amongst them. You will need to discuss with your Doctor regarding this.
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