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Home Remedies For Balance Problems
Your radiation: oncologist is the best source of information about which medications are worth a trial..MECLIZINE is the most commonly used but there are a number of newer drugs! Hope this helps! Dr ...Read more
When our movements are not well coordinated, we are clumsy. We may drop things, run into doors, or have trouble getting projects done that require coordination of our movements. Some people are just clumsier than others. However, if someone is not usually clumsy and now starts having trouble with hand movements, walking or other movements, a visit to the ...Read more
Several ways: The imbalance or ataxia in ms is tough to manage, but the following may work: Buspirone occas. Works, physical therapy employing gait and coordination training is useful, wrist and ankle bracelet weights can stabilize. Fundamental is to fully control the ms as potently as possible. Consider one of the newer drugs, and take supplemental vitamin d-3. Canes and walkers may be useful. ...Read more
I have optic neuritis numbness, balance problems , memory loss and chronic pain do you think I have ms?
Episodes of tremors, numbness, foot drop, vision and balance problems in a 37 year-old woman.....?
Practice: Practice and strength. Also, when you have these, relaxation of the muscles to some degree will hold them in position. You may start by gently using a wall or stationary object to help. Then gradually release the pressure on it. Repeat on other side. Good luck. ...Read more
TMJ balance: Tmj could definitely cause balance problems (inner ear inflammation), I have two patients now that have that problem and one fells better after adjusted bite and night guard and the other is being fitted for a night guard. As to the sinus, i suppose it it can because of pressure your applying to your teeth, but its not really a cause to a sinus infection, just tooth relation. See a dentist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If a person is having balance problems due to a neurological issue would the issues be constant, or come and go?
Depends on the cause: Dysequilibrium (balance problems) can come and go or be permanent depending upon the exact cause. A well known example by the public at large would be the toxic effects of alcohol. When under the influence balance may be terribly off while when sober a person may be able to walk a tightrope. Of course, chronic use of alcohol in excess can lead to permanent imbalance. Cause is very important. ...Read more
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