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www.anxietycentre.com/anxiety-symptoms/dizziness.shtml

Anxiety dizziness can also be experienced as a dizzy/lightheaded 'spell,' that ... If your doctor concludes that this symptom is solely stress related (including the ...

www.avogel.co.uk/health/stress-anxiety-low-mood/questions-and-answers/can-dizzy-spells-be-caused-by-stress

There are various reasons why people experience dizzy spells and certainly stress/anxiety are one. When we are stressed and anxious we often take shallow  ...

www.calmclinic.com/anxiety/symptoms/dizziness

Feeling dizzy is easily one of the most disruptive symptoms of anxiety. You find yourself feeling woozy, almost as though you need to sit down, and in some ...

patient.info/forums/discuss/a-month-of-dizziness-lightheadedness-and-anxiety-554509

After the panic attacks I started getting these spells of Dizziness and ... be from the stress) Sometimes it feels like my hands are a bit fumbly but I ...

www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/dizziness/basics/definition/con-20023004

Aug 11, 2015 ... Dizziness is one of the more common reasons adults visit their doctors. Frequent dizzy spells or constant dizziness can significantly affect your ...

www.healthline.com/health/stress-and-anxiety

May 25, 2017 ... Learn what causes stress and anxiety and how to manage them. ... sweating; shaking; dizziness; frequent urination; change in appetite; trouble ...

healthunlocked.com/anxietysupport/posts/1245360/is-this-really-anxiety-i-keep-getting-dizziness-head-pressure

Jul 8, 2013 ... I get dizzy spells just like you are describing! Im starting to feel a little ..... I had a stressful last year and no weird headaches (just tension). Now ...

www.sound-mind.org/dizzy-spells.html

Those uncomfortable dizzy spells. Most commonly associated with stress and anxiety, learn what helps.

www.nhs.uk/conditions/dizziness/pages/introduction.aspx

Dizziness is a common symptom that's not usually a sign of anything serious, but its cause ... Stress or anxiety – particularly if you tend to hyperventilate (breathe ...