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feel light-headed

To feel dizzy, as if one might faint. I'm feeling light-headed because I stood up too quickly. Your mother needs to sit down because she feels light-headed all of a sudden.
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ESSENTIAL: Stop doing this treatment instantly if you unexpectedly feel lightheaded or woozy, and stay clear of putting various other items around you to stop crash.
If you feel lightheaded upon standing, sit down until your symptoms pass.
She blamed "girl things" for her poor performance, causing her to feel lightheaded and low in energy.
Bleeding may not be obvious," Beizer cautions, "so call your doctor if you start to feel lightheaded.
Call 911 if you experience chest pain that is worse or lasts longer than your usual bouts of angina, if the pain doesn't subside after doses of nitroglycerin, you feel lightheaded and/or nauseated, you have pain elsewhere in your upper body, or you're experiencing shortness of breath, as these can all be signs of a heart attack.
Kym Orsetti Furney was 34 years old, with a 15-month-old daughter and dreams of having another child, when she suddenly began to feel lightheaded while standing.
Speak up if you are in pain or feel lightheaded, but don't groan if you've gotta run hills.
I am already beginning to feel lightheaded from the curling smoke.
Do residents feel lightheaded every time they flush the loo?
During this time they can feel lightheaded due to small fluctuations in blood pressure.
When there's a shorter period of time involved, during which patients come close to passing out and feel lightheaded or dizzy, this is referred to as "near syncope.
With the arterioles opening up, blood pressure drops, making one feel lightheaded, and the heart tries to keep the pressure up by beating faster.
It made me feel lightheaded but perhaps that was just a reaction to the champagne.
You are having trouble breathing and feel lightheaded.