Repeated vertigo is going on

Dizziness is the sensory obstacle to the spatial relationship of the body. When the disease occurs, the patient will feel the rotation of the surrounding scenery in a certain direction or the rotation of the sky. Some patients cannot move or blink. Repeated dizziness is common in melanine vertigo, cervical spondylosis, acoustic neuroma, and moyamoya disease. Dizziness is a symptom of many diseases. It can be caused by men, women and children, especially in the elderly. It has a high prevalence rate and the incidence of the disease will increase with age. Occasionally, dizziness or dizziness caused by changes in body position does not cause major problems. However, if dizziness is repeated, it is necessary to consider a harbinger of serious illness, which must be taken seriously. So, what is the problem of repeated vertigo?

1. What is going on with repeated vertigo?

(1) Acoustic neuroma

Early symptoms of acoustic neuroma are tinnitus and hearing loss, and dizziness may occur, and some patients may have deafness as the disease progresses. When a patient has tinnitus symptoms, it is accompanied by dizziness, nausea, and the like. If the tumor is enlarged, it will affect the ipsilateral nerve and the trigeminal nerve, thereby reducing the secretion of lacrimal gland, and will lead to facial muscle convulsions. Patients will also have mild peripheral facial paralysis. When the situation is more serious, facial numbness and painful touch will occur. Decreased, muscle atrophy, etc. The enlargement of the tumor may also cause oppression of the brainstem and cerebellum, and there may be a partial sensory disturbance, and the patient may have gait instability, difficulty in pronunciation, difficulty in swallowing, and the like.

(2) Moyamoya disease

Moyamoya disease is a cerebrovascular disease, which is relatively rare and is mainly formed by abnormal vascular network of the skull base. The disease manifests as ischemia or bleeding. Children often have transient cerebral ischemia. When the disease occurs, there will be syncope, mild paraplegia, visual symptoms, etc., and may also affect children’s intelligence. In severe cases, cognitive impairment occurs. The main symptoms of intracranial hemorrhage are headache, vomiting, aphasia, etc. Patients may also have partial sensory disturbances, hemiplegia, and aphasia.

(3) cervical spondylosis

Most patients with cervical spondylosis have symptoms of head and neck and back pain in the early stage. Some patients can’t touch their neck and shoulders when the pain is strong. Some patients have less pain, but they will have repeated attacks. When a patient with cervical spondylosis rotates, the head and neck often need to rotate with the body. The main reason is that the head and neck cannot be rotated or turned to one side. There is a significant pain in the neck muscles of the patient and there are swelling or spasms. Patients often feel that the neck is fatigued and cannot write for a long time, watch TV, etc. Some patients will feel tight and stiff in the morning and will ring when they are active. There are also patients with headaches, occipital pain, chest pain, etc., and a small number of patients have reflex upper limb pain.

2. What problems should people pay attention to in their daily lives?

(1) The daily diet of patients with repeated vertigo is very important, develop good eating habits, eat more fresh vegetables and fruits, avoid alcohol and tobacco, eat nutritious foods such as beans, milk, fish, shrimp, etc., can not eat Irritating food, avoid raw, cold, greasy food.

(2) Maintain a good mentality in daily life, and cooperate with certain sports, such as Tai Chi, so that the movement is soothing, has the effect of promoting blood circulation and relaxation, and maintains a happy and peaceful state of mind, and the effect is better. Develop good habits, work regularly, and stay up all night long to maintain adequate sleep. And can not turn left and right to turn the head and neck. Create a good living environment, keep quiet, and ensure that the indoor light is dim and avoid the stimulation of light and sound.

(3) Pay attention to the position of work and study. If you need to work for a long time, you must move your neck after a period of time. When sleeping, make sure the pillow is suitable.

Dizziness is a disease with complex clinical manifestations. The disease involves a wide range and is associated with a variety of diseases. In daily life, people must pay attention to the prevention of the disease, effectively control, identify the causes of vertigo, and once symptoms appear. Immediately go to the hospital for treatment, improve the treatment effect, and avoid missing the best treatment opportunity.