Limp Body And Dizzy Head Continuously?
Sorry I want to ask, it’s been over a month now that I feel my body is very weak. Still able to move but like there is no strength. My head was also dizzy continuously, the sensation was like my head shifted sliding to the left and right side. My ears also ring constantly and do not stop. When I stand up or get up from sitting there feels a lot of pressure in the middle of the head and back of the head like tension. If I tilt my head it feels like my neck can’t hold my head for too long. My neck often stiffens and moves on its own joints. R nDo I have brain cancer? If so, what kind of symptoms does this type of brain cancer usually have? And if not, what disease is this? Please help and enlighten me, thank you.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of discomfort in the head that you feel, can mean a lot of things and it will be different whether the discomfort feels like a throbbing headache, pricking, head feels dizzy spinning, or the head feels light and flew. Among the possible diseases that can occur are:
BPPV or Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo
Tumors of the nerves
Migraine or headache
Tumor or brain cancer
In addition, causes that affect lifestyle can also occur, such as low blood pressure, low blood sugar levels, stress, lack of sleep, physical fatigue and lack of fluids or dehydration. Regarding your question, cancer can have various symptoms depending on where it grows. But not all diseases whose symptoms are not commonly associated with cancer. In your case there are still many other possibilities to consider before thinking about cancer. Cancer also, to know its type, must be carried out laboratory tests by taking the sample, not only by interview or exploration of history.
Therefore, we suggest that you should immediately consult a neurologist, because a disorder in the balance is likely to be a disorder related to nerves, although there are symptoms that come from the hearing system in the form of ringing ears. Your neurologist will probably also have an X-ray or head CT scan to rule out the possibility of a tumor if necessary.
Meanwhile, get enough rest, avoid the consumption of coffee, tea, and salty foods in advance until it is declared allowed by your neurologist, avoid stress, cigarette smoke, and drink plenty of water. So, hopefully answering your question.