Vertigo Accompanied By Neck And Back Pain For Almost 2 Months?

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Hello doctor, I have a question. It has been more than two months that I have experienced a situation where my head is dizzy like the earth rotates suddenly whether I wake up, turn around, or stand up. This symptom is accompanied by soreness in the neck and back of the head and sometimes pain around the eyebrows and eyes. I have been to the doctor and it is said that I am just tired. my blood pressure is always normal, namely the range 110-120 / 80. At first I was still trying to calm down, but it has been more than two months since my symptoms are still the same. I even stopped taking headache relievers because I no longer felt comfortable taking drugs continuously. What are the symptoms of this disease? and what should i do?

1 Answer:

Hello Emma,

Thank you for asking the HealthReplies.com Community

Symptoms that you experience such as dizziness turning when you wake up, turning, or standing, or in other words being affected by your position, can be called vertigo. Vertigo is a symptom of a disease. The symptoms experienced can be mild to severe. Other symptoms associated with vertigo are loss of balance, nausea, vomiting, sweating, dizziness, and even fainting.

Vertigo is usually caused by disorders of the inner ear. This disturbance will trigger a problem with the body's balance mechanism. Common causes of vertigo:

Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo Benign or Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BBPV) in general terms - vertigo that is triggered by a certain change in the position of the head. Migraine - unbearable headache. Meniere's disease - a disorder that affects the inner ear. Vestibular neuronitis, which is inflammation of the vestibular nerve in the inner ear. Brain disorders, such as tumors. Certain medications that cause ear damage. Trauma or injuries to the head and neck. You should check with your doctor because your vertigo doesn't go away. The doctor will perform a simple examination on you so that the exact cause of your vertigo is known and immediately get treatment according to the underlying disease.

There are several things you can do to reduce and prevent the symptoms of vertigo, such as;

Avoid sudden movements so as not to fall. Sit down immediately if vertigo strikes. Use several pillows so that the position of the head while sleeping is higher. Move your head slowly. Avoid head-looking, squatting, or bending. Identify your vertigo triggers and do exercises that can trigger your vertigo. Your brain will get used to it and actually decrease the frequency of vertigo recurrences. Do this exercise by asking others for help. For those of you who also suffer from Meniere's disease, limit your consumption of salt in your daily menu. You can read the article https://www.HealthReplies.com/vertigo

This is the information we can convey, thank you, hope it helps.

Regards,

dr. Rizki

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