A 49-year-old male asked:
What causes a feeling like you vigorously rock your head back & forth few times.no headache nor dizziness. too much concentration on laptop,hunger &sleepiness worsen up the feeling.mri,ct scans & blood tests were conducted,all was found to be normal.
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Internal Medicine 38 years experience
Titubation: Head tremors can be caused by increased blood flow to brain vessels- eg- a leaky valve like aortic valve with hyperdynamic circulation ,also could be caused by diseases like Parkinson's disease ,Presenility causing tremors of senility. Consulting a neurologist will be helpful. Also get an echocardiogram to r/o cardiac valve issues. It is good idea to see a cardiologist to get physically examined
111 viewsAnswered Jan 09, 2020
Last updated Jan 9, 2020
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