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If blood sugar levels dip too low, a driver may feel dizzy or shaky and become confused or even lose consciousness.
Dizzy said he fixed the wiring and helped install a new light fixture.
Dizzy economic growth has not, alas, brought political maturity.
With their blood more alkaline than usual, mountaineers can grow dizzy or nauseated.
Anyone ever get dizzy by the heat vapor in the room.
Yet, after three years in office, voters have begun to feel dizzy.
It's impossible to contemplate this for more than thirty seconds without getting physically dizzy.
Of course, you can only do it four times in a row before he gets dizzy, so leave some time in between your slashes.
He dangles, the blood rushes to his head, he gets dizzy.
Taunt my dizzy ears, and beat me violently over the head with whip-stocks.
We didn't faint in the heat or get too dizzy and sick.
Your stomach is so empty that even when you are thirsty and you take water it makes you dizzy.
Some people with postural hypotension feel dizzy when their blood pressure drops.
Other people don't feel dizzy, even if their blood pressure drops a lot when they get up.

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