The Head Buzzes And Loses Balance?
Mlam doctor, July 23 years old, I see, in this 2 month period I often went to the hospital ,, in sequence. I was examined by a specialist in internal medicine, but, there was no disease in my body, good lungs, good digestion, good heart, all good, but I wonder why I often lose my body balance, and when in a crowd, I like it. megap2 like fear to be accompanied by tightness and head brdegung, even seeing my eyes uncomfortable like that, it feels like my eyes can not focus on seeing, rather blurry … If forced too my head brdegung. I prefer to shut myself up at home, afraid to leave the house, if my fear appears, I sometimes have strange thoughts, I’m sweating, I’m so scared, until I keep closing my eyes in a prone manner. When I come home I can do my daily activities, like washing, cooking and so on … But if I’m outside I’m not strong, I fainted. Then, I can’t stand myself and sit for a long time, if it is too long to be congested, it’s like being tired. Gtu .. That’s why I …. Please be clear, doctor, thank you.
Your complaints of being easily scared, tired easily, tightness, losing balance, buzzing head, and blurred vision occur when you are in a crowd or outside the house. Since when have you felt this complaint? Have you had the same complaint before 2 months? Have you had any unpleasant events or experiences before?
Your complaints can be caused by several factors including:
Vertigo Hypotension Anemia Heart disorders Hypoglycemia History of head injury Psychological conditions: stress, panic attacks, anxiety disorders, crowd phobia If your complaint interferes with your daily life, for example it makes you want to shut yourself up at home and don't want to socialize, I suggest that you see the doctor again. If yesterday you checked with an internal medicine doctor but no abnormalities were found, you can try to consult a neurologist first to determine the cause.
Your doctor may re-check with blood tests, heart records, CT scans, or MRI if necessary to find out the cause of your complaint and provide appropriate treatment. If you don't find any abnormalities in your body, your neurologist may be able to refer you to a psychiatrist for further tests to find out your mental status related to symptoms that always occur only when you are in a crowd. Then you will be able to get maximum handling.
While waiting to see the doctor, you can do the following tips:
Tell your problems to family and those closest to you Ask for support from people around you Always think positively and stay enthusiastic Increase social activities and sports that allow you to interact with many people Get enough rest Drink lots of water Consume healthy and nutritious foods Do relaxation Avoid and manage stress well Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y