People taking Northera reported a decrease in dizziness, lightheadedness
, feeling faint, or feeling as if they might black out compared to those taking an inactive pill (placebo).
Other commonly experienced autonomic symptoms included lightheadedness
with standing (87%) and worsening of symptoms in the morning (69%).
The symptoms reported in these studies - which included muscle weakness, headaches, and lightheadedness
as well as sweaty palms - are all signs of nervousness.
Feelings of dizziness and lightheadedness
by United Airlines flight attendants resulted in a flight from Chicago to Las Vegas being diverted to Denver on 3 June.
Medications--particularly multiple ones--are a second notable risk factor," continues McKenzie, considering many of them can cause dizziness, lightheadedness
, drowsiness, poor balance, and postural hypo-tension.
Amantadine, however, is more likely to cause side effects such as lightheadedness
and inability to sleep more often than does rimantadine.
What's left is a kind of dull depression, a lightheadedness
that sometimes makes us feel giddy, like we're standing on the edge of self-destruction.
Reported symptoms included dizziness, lightheadedness
, skin irritation, and objectionable taste and odor, records show.
Other symptoms include lightheadedness
, shortness of breath, or chest pain.
Sports drinks can help athletes avoid dehydration and other heat-related problems such as early fatigue, heat cramps, lightheadedness
and heat exhaustion.
Chest discomfort; jaw, back, or arm pain; shortness of breath; breaking into a cold sweat; palpitations; and lightheadedness
can all be symptoms of a heart attack.
7% of the patients reported only non-IHS symptoms including dry mouth, foot pain, sleepiness, blurry vision, and lightheadedness
A 78-year-old woman presented for evaluation of recurrent episodes of lightheadedness
and shortness of breath.
It consists of headache and at least one of the following: 1) Intestinal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, or loss of appetite, 2) dizziness or lightheadedness
, 3) fatigue or generalized weakness and 4) insomnia or difficulty sleeping.
As long as you are not having any symptoms of low blood pressure, such as fatigue, lightheadedness
, or blackouts, and your blood tests (easily checked by your doctor) are normal, I wouldn't worry about the low diastolic pressure.