Lately everytime i stand, i get extremely dizzy almost to the point of passing out, even when i bend down to pick something up. I had this problem before. but it rarely happened. now its EVERYTIME i stand. its like my head goes numb, and i see blurry. Ive passed out once from this before. I used to weigh around 265 and over the passed year dropped around 105 pounds. I run everday for atleast an hour. Im still commited to losing more but its getting tough with this on my shoulders. Any help?
i agree wit h the others, sounds like your BP. i used to get those same symptoms too when my BP was really low. I used to have abnormally Low BP all the time, but my Ex fixed that for me. Maybe i could send you to live with him. I guarantee your BP will shoot up sky high, lol. Good luck- call a dr to get checked..
I had a similar experience i.e on standing up I used to get this near about black out. I searched for this symptom on net and a low BP was the most found answer. Since I was not low on BP I knew it had to be something else. I met my doc and she adviced to do a check for B12 and D3. I was surprised to see the result, it was way too low and there is was. She said that because of these vitamins I was having those symptoms. She adviced me 10 B12 injections every alternate days and D3 capsules(6000iu) once a week for 8 weeks.
Just after 3 shots my sysmptoms reduced considerable and not to say that I was pleasently surprised to see the results. Apart from this physical good I was more at ease mentally as I was worrying a worse reason behind these but thank god that was not the case.
Please get your vitamins checked, I am sure it will pleasently surprise many others.
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