constantly dizzy and feeling of passing out, anxiety related?

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hi I have suffered really bad with anxiety and now I constantly feel dizzy all day especially in big crowds of people. my head feels like there's so mutch pressure it's about to explode and it triggers my anxiety is this apart of anxiety or something else I have a hospital appointment in Feb 2017 for this but wondered if anyone has been through the same thankyou all x

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    Have you bin for a blood test to check if your anemic or anything I also have anxiety and I'm constantly feeling dizzy all time I have to constant sit down it stops me from going out as I start feeling panicky and dizzy when I'm in front of people I'm home bound I can't take my children to school or go shopping or anything I also can't get on public transport or get in taxis due to my dizziness go back to the doctors request a blood test as I do no anxiety can cause aneamia and that causes a lot of dizziness also if your not eating or drinking plenty of fluids that causes dizziness..hope this helps

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      Yeah I have all came back fine just sick I have no life through it is have children myself and the feel like im passing out and going to die doesn't help I hope you get sorted soon x

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    In on the same boat! I feel the same tired weak dizzy all day long! This is making my life so hard, I'm scared to go out alone because i think I'm going to faint ! All blood work that i did were clear but still I'm not feeling ok

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      my blood came back okay I'm just scared incase I do pass out I hate how all of a sudden this has came on i have no life sad I'm just glad I'm not the only one and it's apart of anxiety because I feel as if the pressure in my head will make it blow

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    what did your dr say about this?
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