Dizziness And Vertigo

Summarized by Plex Health
Last Updated: 02 May 2022

Dizziness can be a range of experiences consisting of feeling light-headed, pale, woozy, off-balance or unsteady. Vertigo is a type of dizziness that feels as though you or your surroundings are spinning. Dizziness is usually created by diseases that influence the inner ear, such as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, migraine and inflammation of the internal ear equilibrium device. Dizziness may additionally be brought on by low high blood pressure, some heart troubles, anxiety disorders such as panic attacks or by hypoglycaemia. While some people naturally discover it tough to describe their dizziness, a summary of a person's dizziness and the conditions in which it occurs may be very handy within a diagnosis. These canals are oriented at different angles and, as the head moves, the movement of the fluid inside these canals informs the brain just how much, how quick and in what direction the head is moving.

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