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Re: DIZZYNESS AND LIGHTHEADED

Re: DIZZYNESS AND LIGHTHEADED

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Posted by yehudit on September 07, 2000 at 14:31:50:

In Reply to: Re: DIZZYNESS AND LIGHTHEADED posted by Paul on October 06, 1999 at 00:00:13:

older people, sometimes it can be a symptom of the heart having to work a little harder to circulate the blood easily.

: I too have had the very same symptems. I am 55 and in fairly good health. However, I am also going through some stress in my life, and I belive this is what is causing my dizzyness and lightheadedness. Went to a dr, and he said it most likely is Maneres disease. What do you think out there?
: When I am not thinking about it, it seems to go away. The mind is a very powerful thing, and a phisiological answer is not always the right call. Any coments on this ???

If your symptoms go away when you are not thinking about it, you do not have Meniere's Syndrome. When you have Meniere's you cannot "not think about it". It is not psychosomatic.


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