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Dizziness (chakkar)waking
I am feeling dizzy(chakkar in hindi) while waking up. This has been happening since two days. This had also happened to me 3 years ago but I hadn't taken any medication back then. The problem was solved gradually over a few months. Kindly suggest which kind of doctor should I consult? Yesterday, I was fine after waking up but I am still feeling a bit dizzy for the whole day now. Kindly suggest.
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HELLO, HYPOGLYCEMIA IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT CAUSE. SO GO FOR F.B.S(FASTING BLOOD SUGAR). LOW BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR IT JUST AFTRE WAKING. YOU CAN CONSULT A NERUROPHYSIAN/M.D PHYSICIAN. TILL THAN TABLET STEMETIL MD PUT ONE TABLET IN MOUTH IT DISSOLVE ITSELF FOLLOWED BY REST FOR HALF AN HOUR OR SO. YOU FEEL BETTER. YOU CAN THREE PER DAY. WHEN SUCH EPISODE OCCURS FOR TWO OR THREE DAYS. I HOPE  YOU UNDERSTAND THIS. O.K BYE.
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Take aswagandha powder and check ur blood  sugar level
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