Causes Continuous Dizziness?
Tonight, I am 15 years old. For almost 2 months, I have a headache, just a headache. Until last week, my right ear u0026amp; my left was different sound, right the sound was louder, left was the original sound, so there were 2 voices coming into my ear, before my ears only ached just buzzing, then it’s been lost 2 days, thank you love God until now there are no 2 votes anymore, but still like to ache gt. I haven’t taken any medicine because I’m afraid I’m wrong. And I don’t think I play a lot of cellphones. Why is that? I haven’t checked either … thank you
Dizziness is a sensation of spinning, feeling unsteady or losing balance, feeling the surrounding conditions such as moving or spinning or sensations such as fainting. This condition needs to be distinguished from a headache where the headache itself can have several characteristics such as throbbing, feeling like being bound, feeling like being pricked and so on.
Dizziness itself can occur accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, fever, accompanied by hearing loss and other symptoms. This can be triggered by several causes such as impaired blood circulation or called orthostatic hypotension which arises especially if the position changes from sitting to standing, triggered by balance or vertigo disorders, the influence of certain drugs, anemia, nerve disorders, lack of fluids, lack of sugar or hypoglycemia and other causes.
If the complaint has lasted a long time then tell the parents to be escorted to consult a doctor and know the cause. It is not uncommon for problems with the ear to trigger balance disorders because there are organs that regulate balance in the ear so that it can trigger dizziness. Strive not to miss meals, fulfill resting needs, drink plenty of water, avoid strenuous physical activity and consult a doctor immediately.
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