I have been experiencing dizziness, like a lightheaded feeling, and also symptoms of low blood sugar; however, when I checked my blood sugar with a monitor, it was 63 mg/dL. I drink enough water.
Because this is a regular occurrence, I checked my blood pressure during dizziness which was 110/68 mmHg. I told my doctor about this, and they did a blood test to check my thyroid, which came back normal. I regularly have around 2700 calories a day, but what I do is I have my evening meal around 6:30 PM and will only eat then around 10:30 AM, and I have a very active job. I paid to see a cardiologist and told him of my symptoms, and he did an ECG and echocardiogram, which were perfectly normal. Also, I experienced dizziness while wearing a Holter monitor, but my heart was normal. Usually, get it at dinnertime while standing up. It goes after eating something.
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You have been thoroughly evaluated for giddiness. It would help if you met a neurologist to rule out neurological causes of dizziness. If that is fine too, it may be connected to infrequent meals and large gaps between meals. Please have frequent high-carbohydrate meals with a high glycemic index.
Please consult me for specific advice on foodstuffs.
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