Dwight D. Eisenhower
Complained of dizziness and had to have his blood pressure checked
England, United Kingdom
Eisenhower's health issues forced him to give up smoking and make some changes to his dietary habits, but he still indulged in alcohol. During a visit to England, he complained of dizziness and had to have his blood pressure checked on August 29, 1959; however, before dinner at Chequers on the next day his doctor General Howard Snyder recalled Eisenhower "drank several gin-and-tonics and one or two gins on the rocks ... three or four wines with the dinner".