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Could Dizziness be linked to Artificial Sweeteners?

by Irshad

I have been having dizziness spells for the last ten years.

Coincidently, I have been using artificial sweeteners for the last ten years.
I wonder, if there is a link?

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Jun 07, 2016

by: Barbara

Thank you for your insightful input.

Mar 13, 2016
Vertiginal migraines and artificial sweeteners
by: Anonymous

I was suffering from severe dizziness that lasted from several hours to three or four days. An otolaryngologist (ears, nose, throat specialist) did some tests to rule out Meniere's disease and discovered that I was having vestibular migraines.

I had regular migraines as well, but I didn't have headaches associated with the dizziness and had never heard of vestibular migraines. On a list of side-effects to aspartame I've found that aspartame is listed in some cases as a trigger for migraines.

I would say, therefore, that dizziness could potentially be a side-effect of artificial sweeteners. Try going without for several days and see if it makes a difference.

May 22, 2015
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Mar 28, 2015
Dizziness and Artificial Sweeteners
by: Barbara

Irshad, based on all the other comments, it could be the cause. The only way to know for sure is to stop all artificial sweeteners for a couple of weeks and see if you feel the difference.

Thanks for commenting and the best of luck to you.

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