Dizziness and Dizziness

What is the state of drowsiness?
Some people describe their balance problems with words such as ‘feeling dizzy, unable to stand, terelelli’.
they express. Feeling unstable, insecure, sometimes internal, with no sense of turning or accelerating
caused by ear problem

What is Dizziness?
People say that they or their environment is spinning. Dizziness, often an inner ear
caused by the problem.

Balance Anatomy
Dizziness and lightheadedness are related to balance systems. With this system, the person can move his body in which direction.
He becomes conscious of where he is, where he is facing, which way he is moving or turning.

1) Inner ears (labyrinth) determine the direction of movement, such as rotation, front-back, side-to-side, up and down
2) The eyes see where the body is in space (as if standing, turned upside down) and the direction of movement.
3) Tissue receptors are found in organs such as joints and spine, which part of the body touches the ground.
4) Muscle and joint sensory receptors detect which parts of the body are moving.
5) The central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) by evaluating all findings from the other four systems,
provides the relationship.

When the central nervous system receives mixed data from these four systems, the person may feel dizzy or dizzy.
Suppose you are on the plane during the storm and your plane enters the air gap. you just
Because you can see inside the plane, you can’t see this storm outside the plane. This state of your brain perceptions
cause confusion and you may experience ‘sickness’.

Likewise, suppose you are sitting in the back seat of a car on the road and reading a book. Inner
Since your eyes only see the book, although your ears and sense sensors detect it,
you may also experience ‘sickness’.

Let’s give an example of a real disease. Due to a head injury or ear infection, unilateral internal
Suppose your ear is affected. The affected inner ear, like the other ear, sends messages to the brain in a healthy way.
cannot transmit. In this case, your brain will be ‘confused’, so to speak, and you will feel dizzy, anxious.
you can feel

What Medical Conditions Cause Dizziness?
1) Blood circulation: Circulatory disorders are the leading cause of drowsiness. enough for your brain
If you don’t get enough blood, you’ll feel dizzy. Almost everyone sits or
He felt it when he suddenly stood up while lying down. But some people are constantly

They have circulatory disorders caused by their diseases. high blood pressure, diabetes or
Atherosclerosis is common in people with high blood cholesterol levels. heart failure or blood
It can sometimes be seen in people who have a miscarriage.

2) Trauma: Skull fracture affecting the inner ear, hearing loss with pronounced and intolerable dizziness
creates. The drowsiness lasts for weeks; over time, the solid side takes on all of the inner ear duties.
complaints lessened.

3) Inflammation: Viruses that cause common cold and flu can affect the inner ear and nerves to the brain. this head
causes dizziness, but hearing often remains normal. However, bacteria that cause otitis media,
If it affects the inner ear, it also causes dizziness. Severity and duration of dizziness
as in fractures.

4) Allergy: In some people who are allergic to food or substances such as dust, fungus, flower pollen.
, dizziness or lightheadedness may occur.

5) Neurological patients: Diseases affecting nerves such as multiple sclerosis, syphilis, tumor, balance
may cause malfunctions. Although they are rare, your doctor should also consider these when examining you.

What can the doctor do for the feeling of drowsiness?
Physician, what problem do you mean by feeling dizzy, how long has it been?
He or she will ask you if it causes nausea or vomiting, how long it lasts. this feeling
starting environments. Your general health, medications you use, head traumas recently
You will be asked about the inflammations you have had and other questions about your ear and nervous system.

Your doctor will examine your ear, nose and throat, and tests related to nerve and balance functions.
will do. In some cases, your doctor may prescribe head films, computerized magnetic resonance films, warm-sounding films.
and balance tests in which cold air is given. Again, in cases where necessary, blood tests and heart
inspection can be done.

Not all patients require all of these tests. According to the findings of the person, the physician decides this.
gives. Likewise, your physician’s treatment will be based on the diagnosed disease.

How Can You Reduce the Feeling of Dizziness?
1) Avoid sudden movements, such as getting up from lying down.
2) Avoid excessive head movements
3) Avoid substances that block blood circulation, such as nicotine (cigarettes, cigars….), caffeine and salt, or
reduce. Do not use alcohol
4) You may feel dizzy from situations such as stress, tension, and substances you are allergic to.
stay away as much as possible.
5) Dangerous things like driving a car or operating machinery, climbing stairs, etc. when you are drowsy
avoid things that might happen

Possible Exercises
Exercises that can be practiced in bed:

Eye movements: It should be started slowly at first, then the speed should be increased.

Move your eyes up and down.
Move your eyes from side to side.
While holding your finger in front of your eyes and moving it away from your face (between 30-90 cm)
Focus your eyes on this fingertip.
Head movements: Initially, it should be started slowly and with eyes open, then the speed gradually increases.
It should be increased and finally done with eyes closed.

tilt your head forward and back
Turn your head from side to side.
Exercises that can be performed in a sitting position:
Shrug your shoulders and make circles on the heads of your shoulders.
Try to catch an object on the ground by leaning towards the ground.
Exercises that can be done while standing:

Sit and stand with eyes open and closed.
Try to catch a small ball at eye level by throwing it from hand to hand.
Get down on the ground and straighten up. Then, take a full tour of your own environment.
Exercises that can be done on the go:

Walk around the room first with the eyes open, then with the eyes closed.
Go up and down a slope first with your eyes open and then with your eyes closed.
Any game, such as basketball or bowling, that involves bending over and aiming backwards.

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