. I want to ask, my ears are tingling right and often dizzy accompanied by pain in the joints, it’s been 1 month and the pain is coming and going, but the tingling isn’t gone “, is it dangerous? How to deal with it?
Are there other symptoms that accompany tingling? Tingling generally indicates a nervous breakdown that supplies the area. Disorders can be in the form of infections, injuries, or nerve stresses. It is also possible that the peripheral nerves in your ear area are disturbed. Sometimes nerves can become irritated or infected after a viral infection, such as a respiratory infection. There may also be an emphasis on the peripheral nerve, due to injury or inflammation of the muscles around the nerve. Lack of electrolytes and B vitamins may also cause symptoms of nerve disorders.
Consult this with a neurologist. Explain whether there are other symptoms that accompany, such as hearing loss, buzzing ears, numbness or tingling in the face, difficulty closing eyes, difficulty speaking or swallowing. These symptoms may lead to a form of Bell 'palsy or hemifacial paresis. The doctor will probably do an electromyographic examination, as well as examination of blood samples in the lab.
Avoid using earphones or headsets for too long with the volume too loud. You can try taking vitamin B complex once a day to optimize nerve function.
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