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We often receive questions here at AnxietyConnection.com about whether dizziness can be a sign or symptom of anxiety. Some of our members have written about chronic dizziness that has interfered with their ability to live their life. One member wrote , "Could not go into stores without getting woozy....I literally stayed home for 2 months!" When you go to the doctor because you are feeling dizzy, an inner ear infection is one of the first things a doctor will look at. When tests for that come back negative, you might be sent for an MRI, EEG, echocardiogram or have a blood sugar test done for anemia, low blood sugar or thyroid levels. Our members have described litanies of medical tests and when they come back negative, doctors may not know what is causing the dizziness.
A study completed in 2007 showed that chronic dizziness with no physical causes can be caused by anxiety. In the study, 2,400 patients complaining of dizziness, vertigo or imbalance problems were exa...
Alternative Names Bradycardia-tachycardia syndrome; Sinus node dysfunction Symptoms Usually, no symptoms occur. Symptoms that do occur are nonspecific and may mimic other disorders. Symptoms may include: Chest pain or angina Confusion or other changes in mental status Fainting or near-fainting Fatigue Dizziness or light-headedness Sensation of feeling the heart beat ( palpitations ) Shortness of breath Signs and tests The patient's heart rate may be very slow at any time. Blood pressure may be normal or low. Sick sinus syndrome may cause symptoms of heart failure to occur or worsen. Sick sinus syndrome is diagnosed when the symptoms occur only during episodes of arrhythmia. However, this often is difficult to prove. An ECG may show various abnormal heart rhythms related to this syndrome. Holter monitoring is an effective tool for diagnosing sick sinus syndrome because of the episodic nature of the disorder. Extremely slow heart rate and prolonged pauses may be seen during Holter monitoring, along with ...
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