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What is vertigo?

Vertigo is a sensation of spinning, losing balance or becoming disoriented. Vertigo happens when motor sensations are affected. It can be associated with a serious underlying disease or disorder that affects the sensory function of balance, proprioception or vision. People with vertigo experience dizziness and false spinning sensations.

What are its main signs and symptoms?

The main signs and symptoms associated with vertigo are:

  • Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
  • Hearing loss
  • Nausea while spinning
  • Changes in breathing pattern and heartbeat
  • Sweating
  • Inability to walk
  • Change in alertness
  • Abnormal eye movements
  • Double vision
  • Facial paralysis
  • Difficulty in speaking
  • Weakness in the arm or leg

What are the main causes?

The cause of vertigo could be any of the following conditions:

How is it diagnosed and treated?

The doctor may order a computed tomography (CT) scan and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the head, electronystagmography (measurement of eye movements), blood tests and an electroencephalogram (EEG) to measure the electrical activity of the brain. The doctor may also go through the medical history to find out if diabetes, heart disease, or any other disorder is causing vertigo.

Treatment is provided for vertigo after its cause is determined. The common treatments prescribed for vertigo are:

  • Anti-anxiety drugs
  • Muscle relaxants
  • Exercises to stabilise the gait (manner of walking)
  • Habituation exercises
  • Training for sensory organisation
  • Static and dynamic balance exercises to help balance better
  • Canalith repositioning treatment (CRT) – This treatment is provided for the most common type of vertigo (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo)
  • Aerobic conditioning – A process where continuous rhythmic movements help the lung and heart muscles to pump blood efficiently, making sure that more oxygen is supplied to the muscles and organs.
  1. Medicines for Vertigo

Medicines for Vertigo

Medicines listed below are available for Vertigo. Please note that you should not take any medicines without doctor consultation. Taking any medicine without doctor's consultation can cause serious problems.

Medicine NamePack SizePrice (Rs.)
Vertin TabletVertin 16 Mg Tablet95
VasograinVasograin Tablet75
StemetilStemetil 12.5 mg Injection8
VertizacVERTIZAC TABLET 15S108
ADEL 28 Plevent DropADEL 28 Plevent Drop200
Schwabe Lathyrus sativus CHSchwabe Lathyrus sativus 1000 CH96
DILIGANDILIGAN 25 MG TABLET96
DizironDiziron 25 Mg Tablet93
ADEL 29 Akutur DropADEL 29 Akutur Drop200
Schwabe Aethusa cynapium MTSchwabe Aethusa cynapium MT 100
Schwabe Anacardium orientale CHSchwabe Anacardium orientale 10M CH148
Bjain Anatherum muricatum Mother Tincture QBjain Anatherum muricatum Mother Tincture Q 199
VOMINOSVOMINOS 25 MG TABLET0
DiziDizi 25 Mg Tablet24
ADEL 2 Apo-Ham DropADEL 2 Apo-Ham Drop200
Bjain Aurum Metallicum DilutionBjain Aurum Metallicum Dilution 1000 CH175
AvomineAvomine 25 Mg Tablet Md19
StugeronStugeron 25 Mg Tablet134
EminEmin 25 Mg Tablet0
VergoVergo 25 Mg Tablet25
ADEL 32 Opsonat DropADEL 32 Opsonat Drop200
Schwabe Anatherum muricatum CHSchwabe Anatherum muricatum 12 CH96
Phena KidPhena Kid 5 Mg Syrup10

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References

  1. Melissa S. Bloom et al. What is Vertigo? . American Physical Therapy Association, Section on Neurology [Internet]
  2. Rush University Medical Center. Vertigo. Chicago [Internet]
  3. Northwell Health. What is vertigo treatment?. New York, United States [Internet]
  4. Konrad HR. Vertigo and Associated Symptoms. In: Walker HK, Hall WD, Hurst JW, editors. Clinical Methods: The History, Physical, and Laboratory Examinations. 3rd edition. Boston: Butterworths; 1990. Chapter 123.
  5. MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: US National Library of Medicine; Dizziness and Vertigo
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