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Dizziness - January 5th 2012, 08:28 AM

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Okay well basically, I had some eating problems within the last few months. Skipped a lot of means, etc etc. Anyway, for my New Year's resolution, I am eating every day.

The problem is I'm still really dizzy. I first started getting dizzy when my eating habits changed drastically, but I'm eating again & I still get very dizzy at random times throughout the day. Does it still sound like low blood sugar? I would rather not see a doctor, but I will see one if it gets worse.
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Re: Dizziness - January 5th 2012, 03:19 PM

Hey lovely,

So as you know. I can not diagnose you, however I can give you my incite and my experience. I have struggled with my Eating habits, and I know that when I started eating again, I still was getting dizzy pretty regularly because the body needs to adjust back to what it needs. If it continues for too much longer, I would have a doctor look at it. <33 Hope this helped
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Re: Dizziness - January 5th 2012, 04:06 PM

Trish is correct. It takes the body awhile to adjust to any food changes. Since you went from not eating much at all to now eating once a day (which is so much better!) it's just taking some time to adjust. Also, once a day is still not nutritionally healthy, but I understand it's just a step so great job

If it gets worse, see a doctor. But hopefully it will get better in a week or so.
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Re: Dizziness - January 5th 2012, 07:37 PM

Okay that's what I kinda thought, but I've never had a problem with this until recently, so I was just checking.

Thank you very much ladies
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