Concomitant circumstances for dizziness should be described in detail for effective treatment
Anyone who keeps suffering from dizziness should go to the doctor. It is important to note the type of vertigo attacks such as duration, possible triggers or intensifiers so that the treating doctor can make a diagnosis more effectively. Dizziness can have many causes and is therefore treated very differently.
According to evaluations by the health insurance companies, a third of the people in Germany suffer from dizziness at least once during their lifetime. After headache and back pain, dizziness is one of the most common complaints that patients describe in doctor's offices.
Many causes of dizziness Dizziness can have many different causes. It is therefore not always easy for the attending doctor to make a quick diagnosis. However, a detailed description of the symptoms can help the neurologist or ear, nose and throat doctor to initiate suitable therapy, as Prof. Michael Strupp from the German Society for Neurology (DGN) in Berlin explained.
For example, dizziness is felt as turning or swaying. The complaints can only appear briefly or permanently. In addition, accompanying symptoms such as hearing loss, visual disturbances in connection with double vision or headache can occur.
Dizziness while turning in bed If the dizziness occurs when turning over in bed, there may be a so-called benign peripheral positional vertigo. The affected person becomes dizzy because small crystals have deposited in one of the arches of the inner ear. As soon as the head or body is repositioned, there may be short-term dizziness and nausea, as the doctor reports. In such cases, the symptoms could be achieved by moving the head and body in a targeted manner. Types of vertigo are e.g. Dizziness, dizziness, lift dizziness or psychogenic dizziness. In many cases, targeted exercises or medicines can help. (sb)
Psychological causes of dizziness
Dizziness is a serious symptom