Dizziness is defined as the condition where an individual may start to feel faint and vision gets blurred. In most cases, the patient would not be able to stand straight and things to get blacked out in front of them. Dizziness is often not a disease but is actually the symptoms associated with the same. Some of them include lightheadedness and vertigo.
HOW IS DIZZINESS DIAGNOSED?
The health care practitioner will perform a physical exam and ask questions about medical history and symptoms. Tests may be recommended or further diagnosis which may include:
• Blood pressure reading
• Electrocardiogram (ECG)
• Hearing tests
• Balance testing (ENG)
• Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
HOW IS DIZZINESS TREATED?
Treatment for dizziness includes rest, eating healthy and nutritious meals along with medication for boosting health. Vitamins and RBC medicines like iron supplements may be given.
DID YOU KNOW?
Dizziness is one of the most common symptoms of pregnancy but in women it is also a high risk of anemia and a general physician would treat the same.