Causes Of Nausea In Vertigo Sufferers?
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Vertigo is a wrong perception of a person's movements or the surrounding environment. Symptoms can be:
1. Vestibular vertigo is a spinning sensation that arises in vestibular disorders or balance in the inner ear.
2. Non-vestibular vertigo is a feeling of rocking, floating, floating
arises in disorders of the central nervous system in the brain.
Vestibular vertigo causes a spinning sensation, episodic onset, provoked by head movements, may be accompanied by nausea or vomiting.
Peripheral vestibular vertigo arises more suddenly after a change in the position of the head with a heavy spin, accompanied by nausea or vomiting and cold sweating.
In the case of persistent nausea and vomiting, anti-nausea drugs that have direct action on the vomiting center in the brain should be given because of their significant effect and fast action. Vestibular suppressant drugs combined with anti-nausea to control these complaints. Both of these drugs can inhibit the central nervous level so that complaints of severe nausea can be prevented. It's better to take nausea on an empty stomach to prevent vomiting. Consult your condition first with a general practitioner or neurologist if nausea is very disturbing.
That's all, hope you can help. Wassalam, Dr. Farah