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What is Vertigo?

VertigoVertigo is the unpleasant sensation of spinning where a person feels that either they or their surroundings are moving when in fact they are standing still. This spinning can develop suddenly and may last from a few minutes to several days. It is commonly due to problems in the ear and is often associated with nausea and vomiting.

Vertigo is often the result of a problem in the inner ear, which contains the organs that control balance. The causes include:

Acute Labyrinthitis: This is an inflammation of the labyrinth, part of the vestibule in the inner ear. The condition can be extremely unpleasant and there may be associated nausea and vomiting. A simple viral infection is the most common cause. The problem usually settles in a few days and antiemetic drugs can help control the sickness.

Inner EarChronic Labyrinthitis: In this condition vertigo lasts for a few minutes, but recurs over weeks and months. It can be due to a long-term bacterial infection in the middle ear (otitis media) or to deposits of crystal in the balance mechanisms, which cause dizziness when the head moves.

Ménière's Disease: This is a rare disorder of the inner ear, in which the balance mechanism becomes filled with fluid. The symptoms can be severe and include recurrent bouts of vertigo, deafness, tinnitus and pain in the ears.

Acoustic Neuroma: This rare tumour affects the nerve connecting the inner ear to the brain. It is non-cancerous but can press on the nerve or part of the brain, causing dizziness and balance problems.

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