Thursday, February 25, 2010

Vertigo Symptoms Signs


Vertigo is also known as "hallucination of motion".

If I am start to talk about Vertigo Signs then, want to say all Healthy Blog Readers that, immediately consult your doctor for proper advice if any of symptoms you feel which is also not described below please.

Vertigo is usually associated inner ear infection, which is also referred to as labyrinthitis.

Fluid-filled canals or labyrinths have very small hair cells that are responsible for sending impulses to the human brain. The brain then identifies the individual's correct body orientation.

Once the small organs in the labyrinths gets irritated, then these cells may send incorrect messages to your brain. When this happens, you would feel a sudden drowsiness. Since the ear is responsible for the body's balance, once your ears are malfunctioning you may often observe yourself getting dizzy and out of balance.

Balance disorders and inflamed vestibular nerves cause this disease. If you are physically injured in a part of your ear, chances are you would suffer from vertigo as well.

Vertigo may be a symptom to a more complicated illness like tumor and stroke.

The symptoms of vertigo usually go away on its own but comes back after a few weeks or so. If you experience any signs of vertigo, never tell yourself that's it's just a simple headache and would soon go away.

The common treatment for vertigo is meclizine.

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