The Cause Is Often Dizziness Such As Shake Accompanied By Nausea?
ahir2 I am a bit dizzy like an earthquake, rocking … is that called vertigo ,, maybe if I’m not mistaken about from the year before yesterday I experienced dizziness like that … until now it often recurs … What is the cause huh … does it have something to do with stomach disease, the problem is because I am nauseous and not feeling bad stomach … can it be completely recovered … because if I have a headache like that I can’t do anything, can’t move because I lost my balance, I walk like I’m going to fall … very annoying … more I have a small child, as a housewife I am very disturbed
Good evening, thanks for the question
The sensation of spinning or dizziness called vertigo is a wrong perception of a person's movements or the surrounding environment.
There are 2 types of vertigo that can be distinguished from their characteristics, including:
1. Vestibular vertigo is a spinning sensation that arises in vestibular disorders or balance in the inner ear. Symptoms in the form of a very heavy spinning sensation, episodic, triggered by head movements, and accompanied by nausea or vomiting that is quite heavy. Complaints can be accompanied by disorders of the ear such as ringing or hearing loss.
2. Non-vestibular vertigo is a sensation of shaking, floating, floating with mild to moderate intensity and is constant. Can be accompanied by nausea or vomiting and cold sweat.
Treatment for complaints of general headache with vertigo is certainly different. Therefore you should do a physical examination with a doctor to make sure that the treatment can be more directed. Imaging examination may be needed especially if it is suspected to be caused by a disturbance in the central nervous system. Whereas the suspicion of peripheral vertigo will be directed towards finding any abnormalities in hearing and balance in the inner ear.
That's all, hope you can help.