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anytone feeling dizzy

#1
oon week 5 and have lost 1 stone 7 so far
today i felt so week and dizzy thought i was going to faint had to sit down a few times
had to have some beans on toast and feeling so much better today
will continue tomorrow back on ss+
hope its not the diet, as otherwise i feel ok now:cry:
probably out of ketosis
im supriced that after eating beans on toast my dizzy spells faded away


start weight 13.7 on january 1 2010
12stone on 23 febuary 2010
also have decided to do a hight plann ie 810 plann any suggestions what to eat etc im a vegi as my councillors away for a few weeks
 
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Surfhunny

Laugh in the face of food
#2
Me, I feel dizzy quite often when I stand up. I've had my blood pressure and blood sugars checked (lucky I work in a hospital) and both were very normal. It doesn't help to explain why I feel dizzy, but I've got used to it now. I still have the odd day where I feel a bit sick and weak (like I did getting into ketosis) but usually I'm okay, I'm heading into week 7 on Wed.
 
#3
It was such a horrible feeling
i was just standing on the till were i work and all of s sudden thought i was going to faint
when i got home had something to eat and felt so much better
i had some water flavouring to day hope that didnt make me feel faint thats just a thought
 
#4
i get very dizzy. I have to close my eyes because i cant see properly and hold on to something
 

Laura Croft

Happily maintaining
#5
Yep, dizzy spells were pretty normal for me unfortunately and they were bad at the beginning and then much worse towards the end. I had to make myself get up really slow from anything and be careful about picking things up. If I got too hot, or drank too much water, I'd feel off too.
 

Lexie_dog

UNLEASHING THE BEAST!
#8
nope dizziness isn't good for you.

Could be loss of too much salt, orthostatic hypotension, low blood sugar, hormones, anything

If you are concerned see a doctor.
 


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