Citizens experience both health and psychological problems after the earthquake. Stress and anxiety can cause many health problems. Citizens indicate that they feel that an earthquake is constantly taking place. One of the biggest causes of this condition is dizziness.
The common name for vertigo in medicine is vertigo. Dizziness, all hallucinations of movement, from the sensation of actually spinning are described as vertigo. This; Objects spinning, a feeling of insecurity in space, a feeling that the ground is slipping away from under one’s feet, a feeling that all objects are moving, spinning, a feeling that an earthquake is happening are used for vertigo.
With Vertigo (Dizziness) it is important to make the real diagnosis. In other words, it is to find out where the pathology comes from, and then the treatment will follow. Because the treatment can vary depending on the disease. Diagnosis and treatment must be made by a specialist physician. Dizziness can also be a sign of a serious illness. If you have such a complaint, you should contact the medical departments as soon as possible.
One of the leading causes of ear-related vertigo is Meniere’s disease. Meniere should be considered primarily in any patient presenting with the triad of pressure, fullness in the ear, recurrent vertigo, and tinnitus. Meniere’s is a disease of the inner ear. It is generally a disease of anxious, stressed people. The cause can be the immune system, viral diseases, a history of trauma or even an allergic condition. The main indicator is that the dizziness comes in attacks.
The first attack usually lasts longer, but the vertigo lasts between 20 minutes and 24 hours. Along with dizziness, there is a ringing in the patient’s ear, a feeling of pressure. These are accompanied by nausea and vomiting and the patient can even report to the emergency department with these complaints. The most feared aspect of the long-term disease is permanent hearing loss. Hearing loss initially occurs during the attack, where the hearing test is very valuable, but over the years the loss can become permanent.
There are dizziness associated with head movements. The diagnosis is made with a very simple maneuver (a few movements to the head) and the treatment is performed with very simple maneuvers (the maneuvers vary depending on the semicircular canal of the inner ear). In addition to these maneuvers, the patient can completely get rid of his complaints with some medicines.
It is usually dizziness that occurs after an upper respiratory tract infection and inflammation of the vestibular nerve in the inner ear. Hearing is within normal limits and dizziness can last up to 3 weeks.
LABYRENTITIS (INNER EAR INFLAMMATION)
Again, it is the inflammation covering the entire inner ear due to microbes that causes both hearing loss and dizziness.
INNER EAR FISTULE (OPENING FROM INSIDE EAR TO OUTSIDE)
Often there is a history of trauma. There are severe dizziness, nausea, vomiting and hearing loss after pressure-increasing movements (coughing, straining, heavy lifting). There is a risk of permanent hearing loss, so action must be taken quickly and the site of the fistula surgically closed after the diagnosis is made.