Constant vertigo? Maybe you Suffer from BPPV

Vertigo Treatment in Pune

Constant vertigo? Maybe you Suffer from BPPV

One of the most prevalent reasons for vertigo, also known as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), benign paroxysmal positional vertigo is characterized by a sudden and disorienting feeling that one is spinning or that the interior of one’s head is whirling.

BPPV may produce short bouts of dizziness ranging from moderate to severe. It is often brought on by certain shifts in the posture that your head is held in. This might happen when you lay down, when you roll over in bed, when you sit up in bed, when you tilt your head up or down, or when you do any of those things.

Even while BPPV may be a nuisance at times, the condition does usually not cause concern until it leads to an increased risk of falling. Visiting Dr. Seemab Shaikh’s Vertigo Clinic in Pune may provide you with the very effective therapy you need for BPPV.

Symptoms of vertigo and BPPV:-

The following is a list of possible signs and symptoms of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, often known as BPPV:

  • Dizziness
  • A feeling that either you or your surroundings are rotating or moving at an unusually rapid rate (vertigo)
  • A lack of equilibrium or an unstable position.
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting

The signs and symptoms of BPPV might come and go, and they often only endure for a shorter amount of time than one minute. There is a possibility that a BPPV episode would vanish for a period of time before reappearing.

The circumstances that bring on the signs and symptoms of BPPV might differ from person to person, but the most common trigger is a shift in the position the head is held when it occurs. Additionally, some persons get the sensation of being unbalanced whether they are standing or walking.

In most cases, abnormal rhythmic eye movements are present in conjunction with the symptoms of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo.

When should one go to the doctor?

In general, you should go to the doctor if you have any episodes of dizziness or vertigo that are repeated, abrupt, severe, or persistent and cannot be explained.

Conclusion:-

If you suffer dizziness or vertigo, you should see your doctor as soon as possible even though it is unlikely that these symptoms may indicate severe disease. The signs and symptoms that were discussed before may be an indication of a more severe issue. In case you are looking for Vertigo treatment in Pune, get in touch with Dr. Seemab Shaikh.

About Dr. Seemab Shaikh- Vertigo Specialist in Pune

Dr. Seemab Shaikh is an eminent senior and best  ENT Surgeon & ENT Specialist in Pune, India, and is a very well-known name in the field of Snoring and Obstructive sleep apnea both in India and Abroad. He is the best Vertigo Specialist in Pune and provides effective Vertigo treatment in Pune & BPPV treatment in Pune.

Dr. Seemab Shaikh completed his medical graduation and post-graduation from BJ Medical College and Sassoon General Hospital, Pune, in 1993. He has over 30 years of experience in practice in which he has conducted thousands of surgeries in all fields of ENT.