Vertigo

Details About Vertigo

Descriptions:

Vertigo is the imbalance that occurs when the body's balance systems come from false stimuli or that the correct stimuli are misinterpreted. It is often seen as a sign of disturbances affecting the inner ear.

Some of the Possible Causes of Vertigo:

  • Ear operations
  • Circulatory disorder
  • Inflammation due to viral infections
  • Acute crises during the sudden movement of the head
  • Inner ear disorders
  • Side effects of some drugs
  • Neurological disorders
  • Alcohol
Vertigo Treatment: First, the underlying causes of the disease should be determined correctly. Thereafter, a treatment is applied in this direction. These treatments are drug use, vestibular rehabilitation and surgical operations. Vertigo should be consulted by a physician, as it is a condition that can seriously affect the daily life of a person.

Dr. Ebru Topuz