What can cause headaches, motion sickness and dizziness?

Most commonly. You are mentioning three characteristics of migraine, and if these symptoms plague you, a visit to a headache specialist could result in medication intervention which could control your problems.

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What causes motion sickness, nausea, vomiting, dizziness and migrain headache?

Bad migraines? Well bad migraines can cause those things but i would see a neurologist if your headaches are that bad! one, it is important to rule out other causes and two, you could undergo migraine treatment if that's what it is. Good luck! Read more...
We don't know. The exact cause of migraine is still controversial and gaps in our understanding remain. Accompanying symptoms such as phonophobia, photophobia, nausea, vomiting, dizziness and blurred vision, as well as autonomic phenomena of conjunctival injection, lacrimation and lid edema are common and individual. It is manageable, see a headache specialist or orofacial pain. Read more...

Lately I've been getting headaches (weird for me) and I'm always tired and get dizzy and motion sickness when I look at a person while talking. Why?

Seek evaluation. Any onset of new neurological symptoms requires evaluation. Can be something as simple as migraine or benign positional vertigo (often a combination thereof) or something as serious as a brain tumor. Best to be evaluated. Read more...

I have a constant reoccuring ear infection that causes frequent ringing. Leading to dizziness and motion sickness. What home remedies are there?

Ear infections. This is a serious problem that you should be working with an ENT specialist. Chronic infections can be quite serious, and home remedies are not powerful enough to cure most infections. Read more...
Osteopathic massage. Some osteopathic physicians know how to drain the fluid naturally through the eustachian tube. This gentle massage can be performed by a family member at home. It is a treatment i taught to medical students when i was a professor. Read more...
Not an infection. You are describing meniere's syndrome not an ear infection. Meniere's syndrome is classically defined as intermittent tinnitus, vertigo and hearing loss. In the absence of significant pain which does not let up it is most not likely an infection. I'd recommend seeing an ENT when you are symptomatic for a good ear exam and hearing test. Read more...
Menieres syndrome? Possibly but for it to be classic symptoms: 1) ringing in 1 ear 2) ringing is constant, there are never times when there is no ringing 3) significant hearing loss in that 1 ear, especially in the range of the spoken word 4) occasional or frequent bouts with vertigo. If you are diagnosed with menieres (cause is unknown). Significantly reduce your salt intake and eliminate caffeine which can trigger. Read more...

Would motion sickness medication help with dizziness?

Yes. You could try otc dramamine (dimenhydrinate) to see if it helps with dizziness. For that matter, any antihistamine (claritin, zyrtec, allegra) may ease dizziness symptoms. If they don't, then you may need to be evaluated for why you are dizzy: irregular heart rhythm, low lung oxygen levels, anemia, thyroid imbalance, anxiety / hyperventilation, etc. Start with the easy stuff, and go from there if you're not better. Read more...

Is ginger ale good for motion sickness related vertigo/dizziness?

Motion Sickness. Ginger ale may calm you a bit but it has sugar and other additives in it. If you are looking for a soothing beverage consider sparkling water or water w/a twist of lime or lemon. Peace and good health. Read more...

Why every time I read in books I feel of dizziness (motion sickness like) and I have lots of exams I can't stop studying for days! What the solution?

Dizziness. Dizziness while attempting to read may indicate a refractory problem of your bison and perhaps you are in need of glasses for reading. Check with your physician and optometrist for adequate diagnosis and evaluation. Contact your physician. Read more...

For 2 weeks I've had vestibular neuritis. Is there anything besides motion sickness pills to help stop this constant dizziness?

Time cures most. Vestibular neuritis and labyrinthitis result from an infection that inflames the inner ear or the nerves connecting the inner ear to the brain. Vertigo, dizziness, and difficulties with balance, vision, or hearing may result. Infections of the inner ear are usually viral unfortunately time to resolve varies from weeks to months. -. Read more...
See ENT, Neuro. Make sure the diagnosis is correct (have you seen both ENT and neuro?). Other medications such as oral steroids and Gabapentin etc come to mind but you need to make absolutely sure you know what you are treating first. Read more...