Management Of Severe Vertigo With Hypertension?
Good night, sorry I want to ask, right? I feel the dizziness, spinning, nausea, vomiting, and fear on my back. Then I was diagnosed with severe vertigo with hypertension. Now what I want to ask is how can I be diagnosed with severe vertigo with hypertension. How long will it continue to sketch the condition until I can be diagnosed with severe vertigo with hypertension. Even though my family doesn’t have a disease like me. My family also does not have hypertension. Thank you
Hello Erna, thank you for asking.
Symptoms of spinning dizziness accompanied by nausea, vomiting, it is a typical symptom of vertigo. Therefore, it is natural for the doctor to give the diagnosis. Vertigo is a disorder in the balance of the body. Vertigo consists of central vertigo and peripheral vertigo. Central vertigo if the disorder is in the center of balance in the cerebellum and peripheral vertigo when the interference is in the inner ear balance tool.
Because vertigo varies. For example:
Infection of the inner ear and middle ear.
Infection process in the brain.
There is a mass in the brain.
Narrowing or blockage of brain blood vessels.
Malformations and cerebral vascular aneurysms.
The hypertension you experience may be related to your vertigo. The thing you need to know is, hypertension is not always related to genetics (heredity) someone. Someone who has a history of hypertension in his family can get hypertension or not. Conversely, a person may develop hypertension without a family history.
Generally, lifestyle factors and eating patterns that cause hypertension. Contrary to the notion of laity, hypertension often does not cause any symptoms, so people are too late to realize. You should control regularly to the treating doctor. Hypertension must be controlled with medication and changes in diet and lifestyle. It is hoped that a person can reduce the dose of the medicine or even stop taking the medicine, as long as the person is consistent with changes in their healthy lifestyle.
That is my explanation. May be useful. Regards.