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Vertigo (Dizziness) Diagnosis and Treatment

Vertigo (Dizziness) Diagnosis and Treatment

When you have vertigo, you may feel as if you're moving even though your surroundings are still. Many people confuse vertigo with dizziness, but the two are not the same. Simple movements are unusually tiring for people who suffer from vertigo, and this can have a negative impact on your daily life. What causes your attacks and the type of vertigo you have will most likely determine your symptoms. It is critical to diagnose vertigo as soon as possible. You can consult Operator Doctor Nazlı EKŞİ and her team if you have any concerns about this situation.


Types of Vertigo

Doctor Nazlı EKŞİ, the operator, has a lot of experience treating vertigo, which is a very dangerous disease. There are two types of vertigo, and operator Doctor Nazlı EKŞİ has successfully treated both of them. A problem with the inner ear or the vestibular nerve areas that connect the inner ear and the brain causes peripheral vertigo. The most common type of vertigo is dizziness. When there is a malfunction in the brain, particularly in the cerebellum, central vertigo occurs.


Vertigo Symptoms

Vertigo manifests itself in a variety of ways. The opinions of the experts, as well as the differences in the patients they encounter, are critical at this point. Our surgeon, Doctor Nazlı EKŞİ, has seen many cases of vertigo with various characteristics. Your symptoms in vertigo may be mild or severe, depending on what is causing the problem. Vertigo symptoms include dizziness, a spinning sensation, difficulty focusing the eyes, hearing loss in one ear, balance issues, ringing in the ears, sweating, nausea, and vomiting.


What Does It Feel to Have Vertigo?

Many people describe vertigo as the sensation of being in a spinning room. You may feel bent, wobbly, unsteady, or unbalanced as a result of it. Many of the people who came to see our surgeon, Doctor Nazlı EKŞİ, and her team, said they had this problem. When you stand, walk, or move your head, these sensations can get worse. These feelings are often described as physically exhausting by many people. These feelings can sometimes be so strong that you become nauseous or vomit. If you think you have vertigo, you can get help from Operator Doctor Nazlı EKŞİ and her experienced team.