If It’s Dizzy, It Feels Like It’s Moving?
Ass, why do you wake up all the time, the dizzy, rich, moving, all begging for clarification and what disease can be called vertigo
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Vertigo is a disorder of the nervous system that is characterized by bouts of dizziness accompanied by nausea and cold sweat. Dizziness will be reduced by being in one position, quiet and eyes closed. If there is movement or seeing light or listening to noise, dizziness can get worse. There are 2 types, namely Peripheral vertigo (disorders of the nerves contained in the ear) and central vertigo (disorders occur in the nerves of the brain). There are several diseases with symptoms of vertigo, namely:
1. Benign paroxysmal position vertigo, which is vertigo due to the body's natural crystals that disturb the balance nerves found in the inner ear.
2. Labyrinthitis, which is an inflammatory reaction to nerves found in the inner ear.
3. Meniere's disease, which is a vertigo that arises due to a buildup of fluid in the inner ear.
4. And others.
You should consult a neurologist. The doctor will explore disease and health information, carry out relevant physical examinations and necessary investigations. The treatment the doctor will give is according to the cause of the disease.
As for what you can do is stay away from crowded and noisy places. Rest first until the complaint improves. Take vertigo drugs, which are sold freely.
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