6. Meniere’s Disease
People in their 40s and 50s are the ones most likely to develop this condition which is a disturbance of the inner ear. There is no known cause, but experts speculate it comes from an abnormal amount of fluid in the inner ear. Meniere’s Disease can’t be cured, but its symptoms can be managed.
Low levels of iron in the body are known as anemia and the symptoms associated with this condition are often low energy and feelings of fatigue. But sufferers can also feel lightheaded.
8. BPPV: Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo is a scary name for what is a common condition—the one where you get up out of bed and the room suddenly starts spinning. As we get older, this system may deteriorate, causing a temporary drop in blood pressure when we stand, resulting in lightheadedness.
9. Skipped lunch
Low blood sugar can lead to lightheadedness if your brain isn’t getting the fuel, means glucose. Rather than an issue of heart rate or blood pressure, this is more of a metabolic concern. Most of the time, grabbing a bite to eat will resolve your symptoms.