Re: Dizziness? Please Help
There are a lot of things that can cause dizziness. One possibility is low blood pressure. Do you have someone around who has a home blood pressure monitor and can check your pressure when you are having such an episode? I used to have dizzy spells a lot and even occasionally faint when I was a skinny teenager. I never knew it at the time, but after I reached middle-age and had a blood pressure monitor at home and checked regularly, I could see how for me dizziness corresponded with incidents of low blood pressure, even though I normally had high blood pressure.
Blood pressure can vary from minute to minute. For me, even walking across the room or reading a news article about some grisly murder, being too hungry or being startled by something can raise my BP by 20 points or more. Being sick or even being constipated can sometimes drop the BP enough to get so low as to feel dizzy. So you really have to check your BP when you are actually dizzy to tell if that might be the cause. Again, this is just one of many causes, but it is one you might be able to check at home if your family has a monitor. I'd check with a doctor if it persists.