What is the common reason for dizziness...?
Low Blood Pressure: One of the causes for dizziness is low blood pressure. If a person's blood pressure drops, they may feel dizzy, light-headed, and as if they might pass out. When a person has low blood pressure, insufficient oxygen-rich blood is delivered to the brain, which causes the dizziness. A person may also experience sweating, nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath, and chest pain. Very often, low blood pressure is the symptom of an underlying problem, such as anemia (decreased red blood cell count).
Heat Illnesses: Too much time spent in the hot sun can cause a heat stroke, which is initially experienced in the form of dizziness. In conditions such as extreme heat, high humidity, or vigorous exertion under the sun, if the body is unable to dissipate heat, and its temper ...more