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What is Vertigo?
Some people feel dizzy when walking or standing suddenly and have problems in maintaining their physical balance. It seems as if everything is moving around. If you are feeling like this, you may have symptoms of vertigo. In some severe cases of vertigo, the person may also faint, but this does not happen every time.
Here we make it clear that the fear of height is not called vertigo. This is called acrophobia and is very different from vertigo.
What Causes Vertigo causes?
- Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo – BPPV: Small particles of calcium gather in the inner part of the ear, affecting the messages sent from the ear to the brain and causing problems in balance. Is.
- head injury
- Vestibular nerve inflammation
- Swelling and inflammation of the inner ear
- Meniere’s disease (disorder associated with the inner ear)
- Pressure on the vestibular nerve.
There is another type of vertigo, which is called central vertigo. It is caused by a problem in the lower or posterior part of the brain (cerebellum). Because of this, there may be some differences with peripheral vertigo, such as:
- Blood disease
- Some medicines, such as anticonvulsants, side effects of aspirin
- alcohol abuse
- Multiple sclerosis
- Tumor (cancerous or non-cancerous)