I've been passing out having cold sweats and clammy skin dizziness. The doctors have done blood work and say that it is looking ok. But I'm still having these symptoms. What could be wrong?

Cold sweats and dizzy spells could be caused by a variety of reasons. If you have not been eating properly, then your body is weakened. In this state your body can react by sweating profusely. Dizzy spells are also usually related to malnutrition and starvation. When you are not eating enough, then you grow weak and that is when you feel cold all over. In particular you many notice that the palms of your hands and the soles of your feet are cold and clammy. However, you should seek the professional advice of another doctor and find out why you are suffering from these symptoms.

Your dizziness may be related to some anxiety that you have. You can try holding a cold pack at the back of your neck when you feel dizzy. Lying down helps too. You can also bend down so that your head is between your knees and sit that way for ten minutes. Deep breathing will help you feel better too. You should seek long term solutions by learning some relaxation techniques. You can also mix one tablespoon of honey and one table spoon of apple cider vinegar and drink this every morning. Some people notice a connection between eating food rich in potassium and their sweating. You could try cutting down on food with high potassium content. You can also eat a tablespoon of sea salt when you begin sweating.

answered by M W

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