Vertigo. Causes and symptoms. Treatments and remedies. Natural Medicine

Definition of vertigo
Vertigo is a subjective feeling of displacement fallacious own body in relation to the environment and vice versa, ie the balance disorder of the body under which the individual has the mistaken feeling that the objects and rotate their bodies in a certain sense.

Vertigo is not a disease but a symptom, an expression of organic disease (anatomic changes in the balance organs: cerebellum and labyrinth) or functional.

Classification of dizziness
There are dozens of types of dizziness that have been classified by their patterns and causes. Here we note only some of the most prominent.

Vertigo secondary to other diseases
Angiopático Vertigo: The one that is caused by the sclerosis of cerebral arteries or bulbar. Cerebral anemia status.

Vertigo heart or cardiovascular. Due to a chronic sclerotic heart and blood vessels.

Gastric vertigo. Due to a stomach condition.

Cerebral vertigo. Produced by a brain disease.

Etc. etc..

Dizziness poisonings
Are those caused by poison as carbon monoxide, the snuff, but especially by alcohol. These are explained by the state of cerebral anemia that causes illness or intoxication.

Dizziness primary
Are those that are independent of other disease states but are caused by anatomic or functional abnormalities of the organs of balance: cerebellum.

Among these we note the so-called labyrinthine vertigo Meniere's disease or syndrome.

Meniere's disease. Symptoms
Ménière's vertigo is characterized by three symptoms: severe dizzy spells, ringing in the ears and deafness unilateral.

Its origin has to do for common inflammation of the middle ear (chronic otitis media). These occur in the adjacent labyrinth (inner ear) an inflammatory state of excess tension laberintitos with labyrinthine fluid and hemorrhage.

The access of vertigo is sometimes so violent as to which the patient can not stand. In some cases the symptoms are so severe that simulate a stroke with sudden fall to the ground, depressed sensorium, vomiting, extreme pallor, slow pulse, even before the hearing may darken.

The dizziness persisted even lighter after violent access, and any slight movement (nod) can trigger the crisis.

In these cases the treatment is to heal chronic otitis media, primary cause of vertigo.

Other types of dizziness

Mechanical vertigo: Due to continuous movement or vibration of the body.

Neurasthenic vertigo: subjective vertigo associated with neurasthenia.

Subjective vertigo: Variety in which the patient feels that his head or body turns.

Vertical Vertigo: This type of vertigo the person feels a sense of moving from top to bottom or vice versa, usually due to labyrinthine causes.

They are also caused dizziness. They occur when the person stimulates the labyrinth with electrical and thermal applications or when one turns on itself quickly or wants intense perfumes.

Also essential is what is called vertigo: Vertigo of unknown cause.

Medical Treatment and Natural Remedies
To achieve an effective treatment will always be to seek the cause that has caused vertigo and give attention to this individually.
But note, some natural health remedies that are always helpful for dizziness.

Remedies for Vertigo with Medicinal Herbs: anise, Tila, orange leaves, Bilberry, Ginkgo Biloba, Hawthorn, Lemon Balm, Damiana (nervous origin)

Remedies for Vertigo with Homotoxicology - Homeopathy: Vertigoheel (gca), Cocculus-Homaccord (ga).

For more information see: Treatment of diseases with natural medicine

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