Causes And Ways To Overcome Dizziness, Nausea To Spasms When You Smell The Fragrance?
I experience olfactory disorders … like allergies, perfume, smell of oranges, pandanus leaves, and celery … symptoms of dizziness, nausea, and most severe seizures. “
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Some medical conditions that can cause your complaints include:
Olfactory disorders can be caused by interference with the organ smell (nose) or the part of the brain that regulates olfaction. We recommend that if there are seizures, unconsciousness, paralysis or weakness of the limbs, you can immediately consult a neurologist.
Your doctor will conduct a direct medical interview, physical examination, measure vital signs, nerve examinations, or do a supporting examination such as EEG examination, CT scan, or MRI of the head in order to help establish the diagnosis.
In some seizure conditions it can be preceded by olfactory disturbance then followed by involuntary movements and unconsciousness (seizures). To help reduce seizures or control seizures, your doctor can also provide seizure relief drugs.
Some things you can do if a seizure occurs:
Position the patient in a safe place
Avoid putting objects in the mouth
Don't try to hold back the movement when a seizure occurs
Loosen the clothes that are around the neck
Call for medical assistance or go to the nearest health facility, especially if the seizure occurs more than 5 minutes
Hopefully this information can be useful for you.