Hello and welcome, Lisa.
The causes of vertigo according to the decreasing incidence are;
1) Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) 20%
2) Vestibular 15%
3) Migraine and motion sensitivity 15%
4) Anxiety and depression 10%
5) Meniere's disease 7%
6) Cerebellar disease 6%
7) Transient ischemic attacks 5%
8) Orthostatic hypotension 4%
Internal ear disease vertigo is termed true vertigo in which one feels rotational movement of self or the surroundings. The false vertigo or nonvertigo has feeling of light-headedness, unsteadiness, motion intolerance, imbalance, etc.
The causes of subjective vertigo are;
1) Cerebellar disorders
3) Internal ear diseases / vestibular.
The causes of objective vertigo are;
2) Anxiety and panic
3) Motion sensitivity
4) Orthostatic hypotension
Acute vertigo is usually managed with;
1) vestibular suppressants,
2) antiviral medication,
3) antiemetic medications
Vestibular rehabilitation can help which is an exercise program.
Exercises are graded in difficulty based on velocity of head and object motion and by progression of body positioning from sitting to standing to walking. The exercises are graded in difficulty by narrowing the base of support, making the surface uneven, or changing the surface from firm to soft. Varied walking exercises are graded in difficulty by changing direction, requiring performance with the eyes closed, increasing speed of ambulation, walking on soft surfaces, or navigating stairs. An aerobic exercise home program progressively increasing the time, speed, or distance that the patient could tolerate also can be initiated. But all of these may need supervision of a doctor if vertigo is severe.
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