Dizziness Every Day Accompanied By Cold Sweat, Shortness Of Breath And Dark Vision?
Hello, good afternoon
Symptoms of vertigo are the sensation of oneself or the environment spinning, so vertigo is also often referred to as spinning dizziness. From your story, the dizziness you feel is less specific. It could be vertigo, it could or not. Vertigo can be caused by disorders of the inner ear (peripheral vertigo) or disorders of the brain (central vertigo).
The cause of dizziness is very broad, it is necessary to extract a detailed history, physical examination and may also need to be assisted by supporting examinations such as blood tests, x-rays, CT scans or others. Here are some of the causes of dizziness:
Reduced blood flow to the brain, for example due to dehydration, cardiac arrhythmias, hypotension (low blood pressure), stroke, arteriosclerosis, etc. Effects of drugs, eg antidepressants, sedatives, high blood pressure medications, Anemia Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) Vertigo, good Central or peripheral Headaches of other types, such as migraines, tension headaches, Psychological disorders, such as anxiety disorders, panic disorders Hormonal influences, for example during menstruation, pregnancy, before menopause, etc.
Considering the dizziness experienced very often and more than once a day, it is better for Sinta to see a doctor and tell her history in more detail. Don't forget to tell me about having had a transfusion because of anemia so that the doctor can be more alert and check Sinta's blood to determine the cause.