Mild Dizziness

There are two main categories of dizziness, mild and severe. Dizziness is often accompanied by lightheadedness, tingling in the hands, difficulty concentrating or other sensations of reduced gravity. Severe dizziness can lead to falls and fractures. Mild dizziness occurs infrequently and is usually not life-threatening. Dizziness and lightheadedness are commonly symptoms caused by an existing… Continue reading Mild Dizziness

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Sudden Dizziness and Nausea

Severe dizziness and nausea may be caused by many different factors. It’s hard to narrow it down to one cause when there are so many. However, knowing the potential causes of dizziness will help you to understand if you are at risk for it. Sudden dizziness and nausea can last for several hours, so it… Continue reading Sudden Dizziness and Nausea

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Dizziness Cause

Can dizziness cause an episode of anxiety? This is a possible side effect of certain medications. You have to know how your body reacts to these medications before you can decide whether it’s worth it or not. Do not be scared by the dizziness itself, it is just one of the symptoms of a very… Continue reading Dizziness Cause

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Remedies For Dizziness

The causes of dizziness are multitudinous and varied. It can be brought on by a simple drop or two, it can be caused by pressure on the nerves of the inner ear, it can be brought on by alcoholism, it can be caused by an underlying illness or it can be as a result of… Continue reading Remedies For Dizziness

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Dizziness Or Vertigo

If you’re suffering episodes of dizziness or vertigo, then your physician will be able to get more information on your symptoms and possibly give you a full physical examination where your balance and other physical functions are tested. One test commonly used to diagnosis the underlying cause of vertigo or dizziness is known as a… Continue reading Dizziness Or Vertigo

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Dizziness And Giddiness

ICD-9 is the global standard diagnosis code for dizziness and giddiness. It is a neurological disorder characterized by an irresistible feeling as though the external environment were rotating around the patient (subjective vertigo), or that he or she were rotating in space (dizziness). The diagnosis is made when the patient experiences these symptoms more than… Continue reading Dizziness And Giddiness

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Vestibular Exercises For Vertigo

Vertigo is caused by a variety of underlying conditions, one of which is BPPV or Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. This can be a life-threatening disorder that causes imbalance in the coordination of the internal organs, leading to dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting and nausea. BPPV is caused when the median nerve on the top of the spinal… Continue reading Vestibular Exercises For Vertigo

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Peripheral Vertigo

Vertigo is a subjective sensation of movement or space wherein objects seem to be spinning or moving. There are two kinds of peripheral vertigo: central vertigo and peripheral oedema. Central vertigo is mostly caused by problems in the vestibular system, which controls balance; and peripheral vertigo is frequently accompanied by severe vomiting and nausea. Common… Continue reading Peripheral Vertigo

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Vertigo Home Remedies

What exactly is vertigo? It’s not a condition of the mind. Vertigo isn’t a fear of heights. Vertigo itself is a symptom of a disease and not a physical disorder on its own. Understanding the causes of vertigo will help you seek the appropriate treatments and therapies that will work best for your specific case.… Continue reading Vertigo Home Remedies

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Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo Treatment

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is a difficult condition to treat because it is not easily diagnosed. Doctors usually consider BPPV symptoms like vomiting, nausea, lightheadedness and hearing loss before ruling out the more serious conditions such as seizures. However, these symptoms are not enough to rule out the condition and thus it can be… Continue reading Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo Treatment

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