Dizziness is related to the vestibule of the ear?

made in China Hearing aid Experts say that dizziness is one of the common clinical complaints. 20% to 30% of people have experienced dizziness and feel that the world is spinning, sometimes accompanied by symptoms such as nausea and vomiting.Judging from the clinical diagnosis and treatment of cases, more than 80% of the dizziness is caused by the seemingly inaccessible ears.

Why is vertigo so closely related to the ear?That’s because our inner ear not only has auditory function, it is also an important balance organ.The “vestibulum” organs in the inner ear play an important role in maintaining postural balance and clear vision.The semicircular canal is also a sensory device related to maintaining posture and balance in the inner ear.Clinically, ear diseases such as Meniere’s syndrome and otolithiasis are most likely to cause dizziness.

Meniere’s disease mostly occurs in middle-aged people, and the incidence is relatively low in the elderly and children.It can cause damage to the vestibular function, lead to unstable walking, dizziness often more than half an hour, and often accompanied by tinnitus, hearing loss and ear stuffiness.The symptoms of vertigo usually end within a day, and there are often short-term dizziness and dizziness in the few days after the attack.Drug treatment can reduce its onset, delay the degree of hearing loss, and protect the vestibular function of the inner ear.

Patients should also check hearing and vestibular function regularly to understand the progress of the disease.Usually pay attention to a low-salt diet, drink less coffee, strong tea, alcohol, do not smoke, pay attention to rest, avoid colds and mood swings, and reduce the chance of seizures.

The dizziness caused by otolithiasis refers to sudden and short-term severe dizziness when the patient gets up in the morning or lies down at night, or when he raises his head, bends over, and lowers his head. After moving, the vertigo will soon stop.This is mainly because the otoliths fall off when the patient moves, enter the semicircular canals, stimulate the balance receptors, and cause dizziness.

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