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Has everyone noticed the symptoms of our grandfather, grandmother, grandmother or parents? Why is there a sudden staggered gait while moving or sitting up? He also had dizziness to the point of being unconscious. Sometimes it may be caused by a symptom caused by Limestone in the inner ear is dislodged. This article, Joker, has an answer to clear up all doubts for everyone to know.

cause tartar disease in the inner ear Where did it come from?
Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), abbreviated vertigo (BPPV), is a disorder associated with abnormal plaques in the inner ear. It looks like a spiral, which controls movement. Inside your ear are tiny crystals of calcium carbonate (calcium carbonate) that attach to nerves that can sense movement or balance. The limestone moves in a semicircular manner. for example If you are tilting your head to the right This paving stone will be tilted to the right. If the head is tilted to the left This paving stone is also tilted to the left.

The reasons that may cause the limestone to come off It can be caused by turning your head too fast. or caused by an accident that directly affects the ear This results in abnormal balance, leaning, and a feeling of dizziness as if the world is revolving around you. BPPV can occur at any age. But it will be found most among the elderly aged 50 years and over.

Try to check the initial symptoms that you are suffering from. Is tartar disease in the inner ear falling out?
Latent plaques in the inner ear are relatively harmless, depending on the individual's physical health and how risky their daily behaviors are. can be easily observed when you are having these symptoms

- As you stand up from your sleep There is an imbalance in the home, feeling skewed.
- Vision problems
- Nausea, vomiting
- Dizziness, fever
- emotional complications or mood swings
- Feeling weak in arms and legs
- distorted hearing
- syncope

Treatment and prevention for safety
can start with head management By changing your lying or standing position to a sitting position with your back straight, slowly turn your head to the right about 45 degrees and come back. then turn to the left and turned back to the original turn your head up Slowly lower your head. Each pose should be held for 30 seconds before switching. In a reliable 2019 study, researchers took 359 volunteers with BPPV for one month of probation. The results of the trial concluded that this administration had a 75 rate of improvement in patients with BPPV. –100% ever

Adjust your daily life habits to avoid turning your head sharply or being stuck in one position for a long time, such as keeping your head upright when lying down, being careful not to lie down while you fall asleep. Bowing your head or turning your head to wash your hair for a long time

If the condition is quite severe, surgery should be performed by a medical professional. But the surgery can have minor complications to the risk of hearing loss. In some cases, your doctor may prescribe betahistine. (Betahistine) as an adjunct to the treatment of BPPV. According to a 2017 study of 305 volunteers with dizziness. The total duration of the trial was 2 months. Subjects received 48 mg betahistine daily. It was found that the participants responded well to treatment. Dizziness, nausea, and vomiting were reduced by 94.4%.
  Saturday, July 3, 2021 at 4:33:36 AM
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