Cause The Body Can Not Be Silent Accompanied By Headaches And Shortness Of Breath?
In the morning, I want to ask, I have been close to 4 months if I stand without being able to stay quiet like a normal person, sometimes it feels like there is an earthquake even though not, I try to be quiet, right? what treatment should I get? Thank you
Hello Noer Annisa, thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified a little, whether the body can not be silent in question is the body feels like staggered always, or the body is always moving? From the picture you wrote, I assume that what you mean is that the body feels unsteady or staggered. Staggered sensation is generally caused by a disturbance in the balance system. The regulation of human balance lies in the inner ear and brain stem. The sensation that you feel is probably a form of vertigo. Vertigo consists of peripheral vertigo and central vertigo. Peripheral vertigo when the cause of balance disorders occur in the inner ear. Central vertigo if balance disorders occur in the brain.
Some conditions that can cause vertigo are:
Benign paroxysmal position vertigo. This type is felt when the head rotates. Suspected of having an abnormal organ balance in the inner ear.
Meniere's disease. In this type vertigo is accompanied by ringing ears.
Cholesteatoma. Occurs due to repeated middle ear infections.
Injury to the spine especially the cervical vertebrae.
Side effects of certain drugs, and so on.
Staggered symptoms in vertigo are often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, cold sweating, a feeling of wanting to fall so that they do not dare to open their eyes, ringing ears or hearing loss. You should immediately consult with a neurologist. This is because if it is true that you have problems with the balance system, then some things can endanger the safety of the soul. For example when vertigo attacks worsen, a person can stagger to fall. This can cause injury or accident. You are also advised to consult a doctor immediately if symptoms worsen rapidly, symptoms accompanied by weakness or paralysis of the limbs, slurred, reduced vision, nausea, vomiting uncontrolled, decreased consciousness, or seizures.
In the meantime you should be careful in your activities. Try not to change position suddenly, if you want to get up from lying or sitting, do it slowly and if possible look for a strong grip. Avoid activities that involve the state of the body rotates, avoid driving a vehicle during an attack, avoid consumption of caffeine and alcohol.
Hopefully this answer can help your problem. Regards.