Headache And Pain In The Calves Of The Feet?
Good night r nAloddoctor, I am a 20 year old woman today on August 25, 2018 to be precise, I woke up early at 7 o’clock at first I woke up because I moved my legs, felt very sore then I rested the sore parts by sleeping again, and at 11 o’clock in the morning I woke up and experienced dizziness on the right side of my head, and the leg aches had disappeared little by little but alternated with experiencing dizziness, eating on time but why do you still feel dizzy all day, what symptoms are you like this, advice please doctor. thanks, hopefully your response
Dizziness is a spinning sensation experienced by the body, it can also be like losing balance or objects / rooms such as spinning. Dizziness can be caused by the following diseases:
Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). Dizziness usually results from a change in head position. These symptoms can disappear and come back. Usually accompanied by complaints of nausea and vomiting, uncontrollable eye movement (nystagmus), and balance disorders. Penyakir Meniere. Disorders of the inner ear, characterized by complaints of dizziness, fullness in the ears, decreased hearing, and ringing in the ears. Labirinitis. Inflammation of the labyrinth in the inner ear. Usually accompanied by hearing loss, impaired body balance, can affect 1 or both ears. Vestibular neuritis. Inflammation of the nerves in the inner ear. Apart from dizziness, it can be accompanied by nausea and vomiting as well as balance disorders. Orthostatic hypotension. Sudden changes in blood pressure due to changes in body position. In addition to feeling dizzy, people usually complain of dark vision and a feeling like they are about to faint. Use of drugs that can lower blood pressure, for example: beta blockers, diuretics Anxiety disorders Hypoglycemia Consumption of alcohol, caffeinated coffee, excess nicotine Premenstrual syndrome Stroke If the dizziness you experience does not disappear with rest, causing nausea, vomiting, fever, blurred vision , you should see a doctor. Usually the doctor will ask you about a history of complaints of dizziness you are experiencing, a history of previous head injuries, and any accompanying complaints you are experiencing. The doctor will perform a physical examination, check body balance function, auditory function tests, to CT-scan and MRI examinations if necessary.
Some things that can help reduce your complaints include:
Adequate rest Reduce activity with gadgets, do not read too closely or in dark places Manage stress appropriately Drink enough water and eat a balanced diet Reduce coffee consumption, do not smoke and drink alcoholic beverages Regularly exercise Take drugs to treat dizziness For example, antihistamine drugs. That is the explanation from me, hopefully this is useful.
Dr. Saphira Evani