Simply put, dizziness caused by problems in the or inner .is a kind of
What is Vertigo?
When theseems like it has started to spin, even though you aren’t moving, you may be from an of vertigo.
Symptoms of Vertigo
This spinning sensation can be very disconcerting, and can lead to the following:
- Excessive sweating
- Abnormal eye movements
Types of Vertigo
There are two main forms of vertigo:
- Peripheral vertigo: It refers to a condition caused by a problem with the inner ear (vestibular labyrinth region), and there are a number of illnesses and smoking, diabetes, high and certain medications. Furthermore, something as simple as , , or the can also affect the inner ear pressure and result in feelings of . that can cause this, including paroxysmal positional vertigo, as well as Meniere’s , in addition to
- Central vertigo: This refers to an issue with the balance control centers of the system. This is most commonly caused by a lesion to the cerebellum or brainstem, and the symptoms can be far more severe. Unlike the type, there is less visual deception or nausea, but even more serious issues, meaning that some suffering from this form are completely unable to stand or . A number of other factors can cause this sort of immobility, aside from a brain lesion, including migraine headaches, , or multiple sclerosis, among others.
Note: Peripheral symptoms seem to pass more quickly, sometimes within a few seconds or minutes, but central vertigo can be much more long-lasting.