dizziness


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dizziness:

see vertigovertigo
, sensations of moving in space or of objects moving about a person and the resultant difficulty in maintaining equilibrium. True vertigo, as distinguished from faintness, lightheadedness, and other forms of dizziness, occurs as a result of a disturbance of some part of
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Having low blood pressure can cause dizziness, particularly when you get up too quickly from a seated or lying position.
AGEING Dizziness and unsteadiness are more likely when the eyes, vestibular system of the inner ear and muscles no longer work in harmony.
More often, they experience a triggering of dizziness in crowded environments, such as busy roads, shopping centres, and under disco lights, or even while they are watching, for example, car chase scenes in films.
The most common adverse events reported by clinical trial participants taking Northera were headache, dizziness, nausea, high blood pressure (hypertension) and fatigue.
But, said Newman-Toker, it requires expertise to determine whether a patient is making the fast corrective eye adjustments that would indicate a benign form of dizziness as opposed to a stroke.
Pain and headache are often immediate whereas dizziness or disequilibrium are likely to manifest latently in 20-58% of individuals diagnosed with a WAD (Oostendorp et al 1999, Rubin 1973).
Short-lived episodes of dizziness (few seconds to minutes):
ENG is used to diagnose the cause of vertigo, dizziness or balance dysfunction by testing the vestibular system.
Older people may have trouble with dizziness and balance, conditions related to age and muscle weakness.
Feelings of dizziness can range from a bit of light headedness to severe spinning.
Some falls could be attributed to dizziness caused by a proton-pump inhibitor (PPI).