Question by  April (296)

Can allergies cause you to feel woozy?


Answer by  LKR (13)

Yes, allergies can affect your sense of well-being. And many antihistamines, while they may work on the symptoms, also can make you feel woozy.


Answer by  dooney (222)

It is rare that an allergy will make you feel woozy, an allergic reaction may result in swelling, rash, sneezing or coughing. An antihistamine, however, may make you feel woozy.


Answer by  Ryochan (214)

Allergies can very easily cause one to feel woozy, as well as feeling sick, congested, and other issues. The wooziness comes from the fact your body is fighting off an attack to the system, and that is taking up a lot of your energy.


Answer by  diane23 (1167)

People with severe allergies, especially to food, can experience a reaction called anaphylaxis which can cause dizziness and loss of consciousness due to a drop in blood pressure. Mild allergies shouldn't cause to you feel woozy, but it's a common reaction to allergy medications.


Answer by  HeidiW (371)

Yes, it is possible to have this state because your body is trying to fight the allergy. This can consme your energy and of course you feel woozy. It depends of course on what allergy you have and how bad your state is.


Answer by  shen (11)

There are no direct impact for wooziness by mild allergies but some severe food allergy might cause some wooziness. When body is fighting to seek relief from allergy, energy will be loss. Result of energy loss would cause woozy. There are some medicines taken for allergy also might be a reason too.


Answer by  Vllad45 (1886)

Yes, as there are issues with your sinuses and ears, which can affect balance. Allergy medications might also be at fault, but you should probably check with a doctor if the symptoms persist much longer than three days. Also, try taking a different medication or avoiding what you're allergic to.


Answer by  amber33 (1941)

I believe that allergies can make you feel woozy. Allergies can do a lot to your body and make you feel all different ways.


Answer by  seantsy2 (120)

allergy doesnt cause a person to be woozy.a person will feel woozy when he or she is drunk and in a dizzy or confused state.


Answer by  jamie11 (604)

Yes, allergies can do that. Sometimes your head and nazal passage get stuffed up and will knock your equaliberan off balance.


Answer by  martin67 (114)

Allergies will not cause woozy feeling all. It will cause only rashes in the same place. The place will become red in color. Woozy feel will arise when you take any antibiotics for the allergy.

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