Nothing is worse than feeling like you are dizzy, going to possibly faint, or lose consciousness. If this is happening while you're at work, trying to drive home, or taking care of your children; it's ten times more intense. Dizziness is a commonality for those that live with angina attacks all over the globe.
Some find that they experience the dizzy spells right before or after the chest pains occur. If this sounds familiar, then at the very least, ensure that you are aware of your symptoms as they occur. If you start to feel dizzy, then get yourself to a safe place where you can sit down. Never operate a car when you're dizzy, and always pull over until it is under control or you've called for someone to pick you up.