i randomly get lethargic and faint feeling which occurs through the day, what should i do?

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Hey, 

so, to begin you should know that life is pretty great but i get depressed a lot and have anxiety too. I'm a girl, almost 16 but I've been experiencing times where i feel a slow progression of lethargy, loss of concentration, spacy-ness, and a faint feeling. It feels like im high, but not in a good way, in a way like i just want to get out and nothing is right. It's not an anxiety or panic attack because i have those and they are slightly different from this. I really hate this and it mainly accurs when i get to school in the morning and people start ariving and start getting lound than i get dizzy and notice that i have a sensitivity to light when this happens. Weird, huh? I hope someone else can relate/tell me what is going on because it it taking over my life and i'm sick of it. Anything will help, thanks!

sincerly,

meara

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    Im 14 i feel the same when im in school.
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    Get your parents to take you to see a doctor and get checked out,if its depression and anxiety they will help,

    Dont worry and talk to your family about thingsbiggrin

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    Always good to let your parents know this stuff.... Carry a granola bar or a protein bar to school in case its from hungrr and low sugar levels. My daughter had this as she realized she had to wake a bit earlier and eat a full breakfast. She also avoided school food but now eats lunch it has helped a lot.And be sure to drink water throughout the day. Be sure you also get to sleep at a reasonable time too. Sleep, eat breakfast and keep hydrated are important. But definitely let your parents know.
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