How To Deal With Chronic Vertigo And Tinnitus?
Morning dr r nI have been exposed to roaring ears for 3 years and then have vertigo until now sometimes vertigo occurs in a tense / stressful atmosphere after being treated Dr yrs, from neurological to Dr. I can get well thank you I’m waiting for suggestions and opinions from dr
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Vertigo (spinning dizziness) and tinnitus (ringing in the ears) can both originate from the same trigger, namely abnormalities in the inner ear, for example Meniere's disease.
Meniere's disease itself is thought to occur due to abnormalities in the amount of fluid in the inner ear (endolymph). The triggers can be related to blocked fluid drainage, immune disorders, allergies, viral, genetic (congenital) infections, history of head injuries, and also migraines. Not only vertigo and tinnitus, people with Meniere's disease also often experience hearing loss and a feeling of fullness in the ears. In most cases, this condition affects only one side of the ear.
In addition to Meniere's disease, you may also have complaints that you experience due to other causes, for example:
Bacillary artery thrombosis (blockage of brain blood vessels) BPPV (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo) Tumors in the skull Post undergoing certain procedures in the ear, such as extraction of ear wax, Labirintitis surgery (inflammation of the labyrinth in the inner ear) Stroke, TIA (transient ischemic attack) Migraine (throbbing headache caused by vascular phenomena that trigger inflammation in the brain) Vestibular neuronitis (dysfunction of the balance system in the vestibule of the inner ear), etc. In general, treatment of these two conditions cannot be completed in a short time. Likewise, the process of establishing a diagnosis of the underlying cause of this complaint needs to be done not only through physical examination, but also supporting tests, for example audiometry, electrococleography, videonistagmography, posturography, blood tests, CT scans, MRI, and so on. Even so, with proper handling, of course your complaints can be cured.
If you feel that there is no improvement at all after undergoing treatment, you should go back to an ENT specialist. Avoid making your own diagnosis based solely on information from the internet. Because, not all sources from the internet are valid for your reference.
In the meantime, you can first do the following steps so that complaints don't recur:
Avoid sudden and stomping head position changes, such as looking down, looking up, bending over, getting up from sitting, tilting from side to side, or waking up from sleep Eat a balanced nutritious diet, limit salt Avoid noise exposure, for example using a head set too often Avoid stress and depression Avoid taking drugs carelessly. Eat more regularly and drink enough. Hopefully this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah