He is light headed has constant nausea, headaches, and shortness of breath all of these symptoms have been occurring for over a month please help!

They symptoms you have described can be due to a variety of reasons. It is difficult to advise a remedy without properly understanding the reason behind these symptoms. So, the best option for you would be to seek advice from a qualified medical professional and get diagnosed properly. It is most likely that you are suffering from low blood pressure or you are slightly anemic. Dehydration, vitamin deficiency, or effect of toxic substances cannot be ruled out either. But, nothing can be said for sure unless a proper medical examination is performed on you. However, you can take some common remedial measures that may help you get some relief.

First and foremost, you should drink plenty of water throughout the day. Water is essential in making your body function properly and a shortage of it may manifest in several complications. Therefore, ensure that you include at least 10-12 glasses of water in your daily diet. Water also helps in flushing out toxins from your body and gives you a naturally healthy feel. Eat healthy - primarily, green vegetables and fresh fruits. If your symptoms have appeared due to anemia - you will be able to tell this if besides these symptoms your skin also appears pale - you should include more iron-rich foods in your diet. You can also take additional iron supplements that are available as over-the-counter drugs in medical shops. If, on the other hand, your symptoms are a result of low blood pressure, it becomes even more important to follow a proper dietary pattern. In that case, besides fruit and vegetable you should also include nuts, eggs, milk, meat, and other protein-rich items in your diet.

Be careful to examine your lifestyle so that you do not over-exert yourself or burn yourself too much with heightened stress level. Give your body proper rest and as much sleep as required. Avoid cigarettes, alcohol, caffeinated or aerated drinks, and excessively oily or spicy foods. Finally, do some mild physical exercise every day to keep you in better health. Physical exercise does not necessarily have to be very exhausting; a little bit of walking or jogging should be sufficient. The idea is to get some fresh air and help your body keep fit. However, if you find going outdoors to be too taxing at this stage, you can take up some of the common indoor exercises. In case, these methods still does not make you feel better, do definitely consult a physician at the earliest.

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