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Dizziness can refer to a number of sensations. Feeling like the room is spinning is also called vertigo that is often paired with nausea and vomiting. Feeling unsteady or imbalanced is more mild, but the person who feels it may think they are about to fall. Lightheadedness also falls into the "dizzy" category. It is sometimes described as feeling like you are drunk.


Feeling lightheaded is often a symptom of a more serious condition, but symptoms of the condition itself may include disorientation, lack of coordination, a sensation of spinning or falling, lightheadedness or feeling unbalanced. You may feel like you are about to pass out, feel nausea, vomiting.


Causes of dizziness can be by a bump on the head, an infection such as the flu or ear infection, low blood pressure, jarring motions or more severe medical conditions. It can be a side effect of a medication or from using recreational drugs. It can also be caused by a change in your vision that is remedied by a visit to the eye doctor. It may also be a precursor to an ear infection, fever or may be a side effect of some allergies.


See your doctor as soon as possible if you get dizzy without warning that is accompanied by numbness, rapid heartbeat, chest pain, blurred vision, severe headache, coordination problems, a change in your ability to speak, or if you have a ringing in your ears or deafness after being dizzy.

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