What Exactly Is Dizziness & What Causes It?
Dizziness is the sensation of being unbalanced, light headed or slightly ill. It affects the eyes and ears (sensory organs), which is why it can often lead to fainting in individuals. What is important to note is that this is not a disease. It is actually a symptom of various disorders.
Common causes of dizziness deal with medications and neurological disorders. This is where Dr. Bisby can be of big help to your or your loved one. Through her medical examination, she can pinpoint which neurological condition is causing the symptoms of unbalance and light headedness that you are experiencing. Once a diagnosis is made, dizziness treatment can then begin.
“I Have Dizziness and Nothing Helps.”
Most dizziness is multifactorial. Orthostasis is lightheadedness which can be cured completely and standing easily made possible again with proper treatment. Dizziness with head turning is benign positional vertigo, which can be cured with one or two therapy sessions at the right place. If you also have headaches, you may be suffering from vertiginous migraines. Cardiac arrhythmias are a life threatening condition that causes dizziness, unless addressed immediately.
Other Conditions That Cause Dizziness Are The Following:
- Inner Ear Disorders
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Anxiety Disorders
- Overheating and dehydration
As you can see, simply taking a few painkillers, will not resolve your dizziness. Instead, discovering the neurological root of your issue will be the only sure method of helping you lessen and/or cure your dizzy spells. Sometimes all it takes is the right prescription or specific therapies to help you feel back to health again. Dizziness treatment has helped many of our patients in Lady Lake, FL and it can help you and your loved ones as well.
The diagnostic testing will also be beneficial as they will examine the blood supply to the brain, to ensure that your body has what it needs to function properly.
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