dizziness


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Synonyms for dizziness

a sensation of whirling or falling

Synonyms for dizziness

a reeling sensation

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Your GP may be able to refer you to a hospital unit that provides a balance and dizziness service.
Our objective was to assess the capability of computerized dynamic posturography (CDP) to evaluate dizziness in blind patients who lack corneoretinal potential.
The tumor may present with asymmetrically sensory neural hearing loss with or without tinnitus, dizziness and facial nerve paresis.
The authors have organized the ten chapters that make up the main body of their text in four parts devoted to dizzy spells that occur with a change in position, dizzy spells that occur in attacks but with no apparent trigger, a single bout of dizziness that last for days and then gradually improves, and constant dizziness that lasts twenty-four hours a day for months or even years.
Feeling lightheaded upon rising from a chair, getting nauseous in a car, experiencing a room as spinning while lying down--these are all different ways of describing dizziness.
These signs are commonly momentary so many people neglect the dizziness till such time that it greatly affects their daily regimen.
These symptoms are typically temporary so lots of people overlook the dizziness till such time that it substantially affects their day-to-day regimen.
Dizziness is one of the most commonly reported physical symptoms after TBI with 25% of patients reporting dizziness 12 months post-injury (Hartvigsen, Boyle, Cassidy, & Carroll, 2014).
But when dizziness strikes for no obvious reason it's no joke and can be debilitating.
Diagnosing the underlying cause of this common complaint can be challenging because many conditions present with dizziness.
Most of us have experienced that momentary dizziness from time to time - but researchers at Harvard have warned that those who regularly experience more severe dizziness, at least three minutes after standing up (known as 'delayed orthostatic hypotension'), may have a higher risk of early death and developing degenerative brain diseases.
1 CET POINT Symptoms of dizziness and/or vertigo are extremely common in the general population, affecting balance and quality of life.
Dizziness is an important risk factor for these falls.
Symptoms of NOH include dizziness, lightheadedness, blurred vision, fatigue and fainting when a person stands.