Suddenly getting dizzy spells during your menopause?


If your dizziness disrupts your daily routine, if you faint, or if you have chest pain, trouble breathing or changes in your speech or vision, then it is more unlikely that the dizziness is due to menopause. — dpa

Dizziness is one of 34 recognised menopausal symptoms, albeit a lesser-known one.

You may experience faintness, feeling like everything around you is spinning (vertigo), losing your balance and becoming light-headed during hot weather, during this later stage of a woman’s life.

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