vertigo

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Vertigo

Dizziness is a common description for many different feelings. The feeling of dizziness, or a “dizzy spell,” may be very familiar to an individual, yet difficult to describe. Vertigo is a medical term to describe the feeling of spinning, whirling, or motion either of yourself or your surroundings. This is the same feeling you might have after getting off a merry-go-round or spinning in place. Several diseases of the balance organs of the inner ear can cause vertigo, or it may be a symptom of a tumor or stroke.

Symptoms :

  • faintness (“lightheadedness”) or actual fainting
  • weakness
  • confusion
  • tiredness
  • off balance
  • headache or head pressure
  • facial numbness, weakness, or facial droop
  • eye pain, vision loss or changes, blind spots, twinkling lights
  • dry mouth, and/or
  • Ringing in the ears, decreased hearing.
  •  Chest: pain (tightness, squeezing, burning, or pressure), shortness of breath, palpitations, jaw pain
  • Abdomen: nausea, vomiting, pain, cramping
  • Extremities (arms and legs): tingling, weakness, clumsiness or weakness, fast, slow, or irregular pulses.
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