Our expert says:
Dizziness is either blood pressure or blood sugar. The fact that you have these spells frequently despite eating suggests to me it might be your blood pressure that is a little on the low side. Does it tend to happen more if you stand quickly? Or if you're sitting down for long periods? It might just be that your BP drops a little and that's causing it.
The solution is not too simple - there are meds for low BP, but one would want to avoid medicine unless it's absolutely necessary. Might help to increase your salt intake in your diet, and over time, as you get fitter, you'll find that it doesn't happen quite as often.
Having said this, it could still be sugar, depends on what you eat. Sometimes we eat meals and there's an afterdrop, where blood sugar first rises and then drops. So you may need to look at what you're eating - foods with a lower glycemic index might be better, if you're eating very sugary foods, for example.
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