Impact On The Head Resulting In Vision Spinning?
Afternoon … yesterday I was hit in the head on the back. And shortly after that happened my eyes became fast moving and the audience was spinning. I have already compressed warm water and the medicine for mertigo but for 2 days it still hasn’t healed and if I look down I lose my balance again like it’s spinning … but if I face perpendicular to a spinning view it disappears. My left shoulder feels heavy and hurts in the back of the ear … does that include injury? Is it only vertigo? Is there a cure for that
Hello, thanks for the question.
Vertigo is a disease characterized by the body such as floating or feeling dizzy to feel himself or his surroundings rotating which lasts several minutes or hours, depending on the severity. Other symptoms that can arise include nausea, vomiting, abnormal eyeball movements (nystagmus), sweating, hearing loss, ringing in the ears or tinnitus, and can cause the sufferer to collapse until fainting. This vertigo can be caused by disorders in the central, in the brain or in the central nervous system and can also be disorders in the peripheral or in the inner ear. Injury to the head can cause tissue damage around the area of injury, can also cause vertigo complaints if there is damage to the balance center in the brain (central vertigo) or due to damage to the inner ear (peripheral vertigo) depending on the mechanism of injury that occurs. To establish a diagnosis of vertigoperlu, a direct examination is performed by a doctor. Therefore, you should consult a doctor, the doctor will conduct question and answer, physical examination, and supporting examinations such as blood tests, x-rays, CT scans, MRI, etc. Handling will be adjusted to the cause and severity that occurs. We recommend that cold compresses on the injured area, eat in small portions but often, avoid foods that have a sharp and pungent taste and smell, multiply the consumption of water, adequate rest, adequate sleep, adequate exercise regularly, avoid smoking, stress, alcohol. If complaints do not improve or get worse, you should consult a doctor.
Thus, hopefully it helps.