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Non Stop Dizziness
Need diagnosis: The symptoms of headaches and dizziness are too non-specific to give you advice. For example, is the dizziness light-headedness or true vertigo (spinning). Is the headache unilateral (one-sided) or all over. Furthermore, daily symptoms could be related to muscle contraction headaches. Migraine is unlikely but possible, rhino-sinusitis is unlikely. Best recommendation is consult a neurologist.
I've had non stop dizziness for at least a month straight and also get nosebleeds almost every time a shower. Also have been really tired and my legs?
Possibly anemia: Dear BDuran, Dizziness and feeling tired may be signs of low blood counts. Please seek help from a healthcare professional for an exam and further workup and treatment.
Dizziness: There are two types of dizziness;lightheadedness (faint like feeling) and vertigo (spinning feeling). The former is seen in anemia, low blood pressure, heart rhythm disturbances, and sometimes stomach disorders as well as medications side effect. Vertigo is often due to inner ear disorders or brain (cerebellar) problems. Your physician can evaluate you and order the appropriate tests and/or referrals.See 1 more doctor answer
Possible allergy: Your autonomic nervous system has been triggered by something. Think of this as a particularly nasty type of allergy. It can be against something new in your environment, a new medication, a toxin. Try to avoid anything you are suspicious of. If this doesn't work, see a doctor as this may be a non-headache variant of migraine.See 1 more doctor answer
The first step to: Stopping your dizzy spells is to diagnose the reason you are having them. You need to be evaluated and examined by a health care professional and then might benefit from some testing to confirm his/her diagnostic impression. Usually the history will be sufficient to suggest a cause. Perhaps you could provide more to your health care professional when you are seen than you have here.See 1 more doctor answer
Treat the anxiety: Anxiety can produce many kinds of physical symptoms, including dizziness. If you've had a complete medical evaluation and are sure there are no direct physical causes for anxiety, see a psychologist to begin working on your problem. There are excellent talk therapies for anxiety, including cognitive behavioral therapy. Medications can sometimes be helpful also -- but first things first!
See below: Make sure that dizziness is due to ms and not inner ear process. First step is prevention, use potent agent to control disorder. Vestibular rehab program with physical therapist can help. Some meds can control symptoms. Realize that ms pts have a higher frequency of migraine, and that a migraine complication of paroxysmal vertigo may be playing a role here. Consider visit to sw medical center.
I get dizzy like everything spins for a second then it stops and doesn't happen for atleast 1 day or more I feel shaky after what causes this?
Need diagnosis: I can give you a few ideas but you need an ENT doctor or a neurologist for a specific diagnosis. Here are some ideas. Bppv (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo); perilymph fistula (an opening between the inner and middle ears). The fact that the vertigo (spinning) lasts for only a few seconds most likely points to an inner ear problem and can be treated.