Dizzy after eating

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Lately, I've been getting dizziness after eating my evening dinner. I don't feel bad thoughout the day when i eat meals, just the evening. Its the weirdest and most uncomfortable feeling and then I get really panicky about it.

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    Could it be a hot flush? I sometimes feel light headed and then a warmth in my face, it's worse when I'm tired. I get panicky too, that's actually the worst bit.

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    Hi

    I have had bounts of that but mine happens when I eat too much salt. I get dizzy in my head after the meal. I try and drink a ton of water to flush out the salt so it eventually goes away. I dont eat to much salt during the morning/afternoon so the evening meal is loaded with salt sometimes and that affects my body. Get lightheaded and slight headache in the temples. Just sharing my exprience.

    good luck

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    this has been happening to me recently. i am glad you posted about it. are you still in peri?

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    Exact same thing happens to me too, dizzy after eating the evening meal. I am in surgical menopause.

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    I had this for a long time. one of my scariest and earliest symptoms. No clue why it happens but my guess is there are so many fluid changes in the body that affect the ears and fluid fluctuations would occur after eating. I don't get as much anymore. Its all so crazy, I don't think I.ll ever feel "normal" again. Hugs

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