Cervical spondylosis or tinnitus

Clinically, many tinnitus patients often have cervical spine diseases of varying degrees, accompanied by cerebrovascular and nerve symptoms such as dizziness, vascular headaches, and changes in vision.Experts say that patients with tinnitus should exclude cervical spine disease first to prevent further malignant development of tinnitus.This is because the ear has insufficient blood supply to a branch of the vertebral artery on both sides of the cervical spine, which leads to tinnitus.Usually after a period of treatment, tinnitus can basically get better.If the cervical spine is not treated, tinnitus may develop into irreversible deafness.Therefore, it is very important for the elderly to protect the cervical spine.It is best for patients with cervical spondylosis to sleep on their backs. Sleep 2 Don’t put your head on the pillow, but put your neck on the pillow, which can reduce the stress on the cervical spine.In addition, the elderly should not keep a posture for a long time. When the cervical spine is uncomfortable, you can use a bottle of warm water to cushion the neck, which can play a role in heat and traction, which is very helpful to improve the symptoms of the cervical spine.Do you understand that cervical spondylosis causes tinnitus? !

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