Is extreme Dizzines a symptom of Diabetes?
Or could it b low Hp?
In diabetes dizziness can be a sign of hypoglycaemia, where the diabetic have not eaten enough resulting in a low blood sugar and too much insulin contained by the body. However there are many other signs and symptoms of diabetes - if concerned, you should contact your doctor.
For further info on diabetes, see the Diabetes.co.uk website - Source(s): http://www.diabetes.co.uk/index.html
Here are some signs and symptoms of diabetes.
The classical symptoms are polyuria and polydipsia which are, respectively, frequent urination and increased thirst and consequent increased fluid intake. Symptoms may develop quite rapidly (weeks or months) within type 1 diabetes, particularly in children. However, in type 2 diabetes symptoms usually develop much more slowly and may be subtle or completely not here. Type 1 diabetes may also cause a rapid yet significant bulk loss (despite normal or even increased eating) and irreducible mental fatigue. All of these symptoms except weight loss can also manifest in type 2 diabetes within patients whose diabetes is poorly controlled, although unexplained weight loss may be experienced at the onset of the disease. Final diagnosis is made by measuring the blood glucose concentration.
When the glucose concentration contained by the blood is raised beyond its renal threshold, reabsorption of glucose in the proximal renal tubuli is incomplete, and part of the glucose remains contained by the urine (glycosuria). This increases the osmotic pressure of the urine and inhibits reabsorption of water by the kidney, resulting in increased urine production (polyuria) and increased fluid loss. Lost blood volume will be replaced osmotically from water held within body cells and other body compartments, causing dehydration and increased thirst. Source(s): Wiki
yes it could or pregnancy or dehydration or many other things ear infection, have need of to eat, so many things..
Extreme dizziness may be caused by lots: low BP, anemic and even not sleeping well.
So it is advisable to consult a doctor to diagnose the reason for dizziness. Source(s): http://healthy-ojas.com/diabetes/diabete…
Could be either, or neither.
Get to a doctor to be checked out. They should check your sugar, your blood pressure, and your blood levels to rule out anemia: iron, folic acid, and trademark sure they test your vitamin B12 level. If your B12 isn't between 350-900, you probably have pernicious anemia, which is treated near monthly injections of B12 in the rear. Make sure to get your B12 tested once a year, as it shouldn't vary in a healthy being who eats meat regularly. (If you're vegetarian, then markedly check it to make sure it doesn't get too low.) B12 is important for most every process surrounded by the body, and untreated pernicious anemia is fatal.
As a poster above said, make sure you're drinking enough sea, too.
Good luck. Source(s): I have pernicious anemia, and one of the biggest symptoms is dizziness.
I blame everything on stress - EVERYTHING -