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Causes Of Dizziness And Connection With Hearing Loss

Dizziness can be of different types like Lightheadedness, Vertigo, Presyncope, and Disequilibrium. There can be several causes of dizziness and connection with hearing loss. They are: 

  • Central Dizziness

Here, the brain cannot coordinate the inputs from three sections of the vestibular system. The most common causes of this type can be infections, tumors, migraines, and degenerative diseases, such as sclerosis. In this condition, you lie down, and while looking up, the entire room seems to spin. 

  • Visual Dizziness 

This condition happens when there are errors of refraction or imbalance in the eye muscles, difficulty reading, inability to focus somewhere, or blurred vision.

  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)

This health condition causes a brief and intense but false sense where you feel like you are moving or spinning. These episodes get triggered because of a rapid change in the movement of your head, like while turning over in the bed, etc. 

  • Migraine

People suffering from migraine feel dizziness or episodes of vertigo even if they do not have a severe headache. These vertigo episodes can stay for a few minutes to hours. It can also be associated with noise and light sensitivity and headaches. 

  • Meniere’s Disease

It involves excessive building up of fluid in the inner ear and is characterized by sudden vertigo-lasting episodes. In this condition, many people experience hearing loss issues. 

  • Infection 

When there is a viral infection in the vestibular nerve, it can cause constant and intense vertigo. With that, you might feel dizziness which can affect your hearing also. 

Other Causes of Dizziness 

  • Poor blood circulation 
  • Drop-in blood pressure 
  • Neurological conditions
  • Low iron levels 
  • Hypoglycemia 
  • Anxiety disorders 

In The End 

If you are looking for any treatment to get rid of dizziness, contact Dr. Seemab Shaikh in Pune.