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There could be several reasons your having the dizzy spells. You could have an ear infection or sinus infection. Have you started any new meds? And yes, like the above poster mentioned, anxiety.
It sounds like you need to get in to see your Dr to find out what's going on. Remar
Hello~I can certainly understand your fears and concern. I hate when I am dizzy. As Remar said in her post, it could very well be an inner ear infection, have you had any previous sickness in the last two weeks. How old are you? You could be going through some hormonal changes, our dog gone hormones can sure cause dizziness. Anxiety is one of the main causes for the problem as well. Actually, almost anything that affects or nervous system can contribute.
If it continues or gets worse, I would see your physician, I would also recommend a chiropractor, when my dizzy spells get bad, he adjusts my neck and they stop almost right away, if we have pinched nerves or out of alignment vertebrae in our neck, dizziness will surely be one of the ramifications.
Good luck and let us know how you are doing.
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