That happened to me for a few weeks, If i moved to fast or didnt eat or drink before work. I lost my vision at work for a whole 3 minutes, it was pretty scary. I had to find my way to the bathroom where i sat down until i could see again & then i put a cold paper towel on my face. I learned to sit down if i started feeling that way, drink a lil water. It comes and goes, be careful.
Its happens to me too. Drink lots of fluids, keep yourself hydrated and eat protein every meal and before doing something. I eat a small snack and have a big glass of water before I leave the house, or shower. It has helped and I haven't felt like passing out in about a month since I started doing this!
In my experience its very normal! I also experience with the dizziness my body going numb and my legs not being able to walk or hold myself up for more then 5 minutes, when it happens I eat and drink and lay down and if im lucky enough I wont faint or have a seizure type of thing(its hard to explain) but the times I faint it only last for about 10mins.. if your out more then that id go to the hospital. . I sugest try eating and drinking regularly also take extra supplements.. I take magnesium, iron, calcium & I forget what the other thing is called. I dont know what I have exactly but a naturopath really helpd me.
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