If i get dizzy every time i get up what can be wrong
Dizziness can result from something as simple as motion sickness or it can be caused by complicated problems with the balance mechanism in your inner ear. Dizziness is also a rare but possible sign of stroke and Parkinson’s disease. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/if-i-get-dizzy-every-time-i-get-up-what-can-be-wrong ]
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