Dehydration and sudden standing may cause dizziness. But, vertigo—the feeling of the room spinning—or lightheadedness may indicate a brain, gastrointestinal, eyesight, or inner ear issue.
Inner ear viruses may produce vertigo. "High, low, and extremely low blood pressure can produce dizziness, exhaustion, and widespread weakness.
The AARP claims hyperhidrosis—excessive sweating—can be caused by menopause, obesity, too much activity, anxiety, stress, and spicy food.
Heavy sweating may suggest thyroid, diabetes, or heart problems. "Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating.
Raise the thermostat if you're chilly. Chilliness might suggest hypothyroidism, anemia, poor blood circulation, or insufficient body fat.
Hypothyroidism occurs when your thyroid gland produces too few hormones to control metabolism and temperature. "It's part of thermoregulation.
Inexplicable weight loss typically indicates a more significant issue than missing meals.
Stomach cancer, thyroid disease, Crohn's disease, cardiovascular disease, Addison's disease, Parkinson's disease, AIDS, gastrointestinal problems could be reasons.