Can Cavities Cause Hallucinations?
In the afternoon, could it be because many cavities of the upper and lower, left and right cavities cause hallucinations and often make the head dizzy right? thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Hallucinations are conditions when someone sees, hears and feels something that is not really there, and this is not caused by the condition you mentioned. Hallucinations can occur when there is an infection in the brain, a chemical imbalance in the brain, the presence of toxins in the body, side effects of alcohol or drugs, or certain mental illnesses, but do not arise because of cavities.
As for dizziness, cavities can cause dizziness, but because the cavities are on both sides, the dizziness should be complete and not just on the right. Dizziness on the right can be caused by migraine, trigeminal neuralgia, nerve disorders, or brain tumors.
Our advice, if there is someone who has hallucinations and dizziness on one side of the head, especially if he has a history of falling, bumping or hit his head, you should consult a neurologist. Let the neurologist later do a history and various tests needed to find out where the cause is coming from, whether there is a physical disturbance, or because of mental illness.
On the other hand, if the center of the problem is cavities, you don't need to think about the possible complications whether it can lead to hallucinations or not, and just go to the dentist immediately. Because even if it does not cause hallucinations, cavities remain a health problem.
So once again the conclusion, there is no link between cavities with hallucinations. If the context of your question is that someone has hallucinations and headaches, check with a neurologist, and if the problem is with cavities, see a dentist. Thus, the doctor can catch a clearer picture of the problem, misunderstandings can be avoided, and the handling can be more precise. So, hopefully answering your question.