Take a look at the following:

... and my head gets a little fuzzy looking at him.

If it's up to me to make this sentence, it would be

... my head gets a little fuzzy by looking at him.

So, I don't understand why it can directly link "looking at ..."

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The first sentence means that the head is getting fuzzy while you are looking at him. Both of the acts are simultaneously happening.

The second sentence uses "by", which means that your head gets fuzzy because you looked at him. The fuzzy head is something that probably happened soon after you looked at him, but not necessary at the same time though.

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