dizzy


dizzy
01. The children were spinning around in circles, trying to make themselves [dizzy].
02. She felt [dizzy] after standing in the sun all day.
03. If you feel [dizzy] after giving blood, please let the nurse know.
04. He fell and hit his head on the ice, and was still feeling some [dizziness] that evening.
05. You may feel some [dizziness] or nausea as a result of the medication.
06. The rollercoaster plunged downwards at a [dizzying] speed.
07. She acts like a [dizzy] blonde, but don't believe it; she's a very bright woman.
08. Soon after trying his first puff of the cigarette, the young boy began to feel [dizzy] and sick to his stomach.
09. He staggered [dizzily] across the dance floor to the bar.
10. I hate the feeling of [dizziness] I get when I have drunk too much.
11. After getting a needle at the doctor's office, she began to feel [dizzy].
12. [Dizziness] is often due to a momentary drop in blood pressure and blood flow to the head which occurs when you stand up too quickly.
13. Side effects of medications, stress, anxiety, or drinking alcohol may sometimes make you feel [dizzy].
14. Doctors say that if you have a feeling of [dizziness] accompanied by headache, confusion, loss of hearing or changes in vision, weakness in the arms or legs, or numbness, you should call a health professional.

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