There are many causes of dizziness. Dizziness caused by abnormal function in the brain and ears, dizziness caused by anemia, and dizziness caused by sudden changes in blood pressure causing instability in the blood flow, There is also dizziness caused by the imbalance of the autonomic nervous system due to stress, changes in atmospheric pressure, etc.
The vertigo that appeals to me by the expression that I turn, the ceiling turns, Gwangwang, Guruguru, and such an expression, is caused by edema or inflammation in the place where it controls the sense of equilibrium called the inner ear in the ear. Hearing loss and tinnitus may occur together. There is also the possibility of Meniere's disease and inflammation of the inner ear.
Vertigo, such as a foot not attached to the ground, a wobbly when walking, or a feeling of shaking the body, may be caused by migraines, stiff shoulders, etc. There may be abnormalities in the brain, such as cerebellum and brain stem, but if you have symptoms such as not turning, kicking immediately, or looking double, there may be a disorder in the blood circulation of the brain, so please consult early.
Dizziness, such as standing up, is an eyelid caused by less blood flow to the brain, making it easier to sit down for a while. For example, dehydration or anemia. It also occurs with hypoglycemia, but in this case cold sweats, palpitations, etc. occur together as symptoms.
It is also possible to become sleepy (falla) to lose consciousness after a meal, even in the arteriosclerosis of the blood vessels of the neck. In addition, the balance of the autonomic nervous system is lost due to stress, and the neurotransmission of the brain deteriorates, and it may cause dizziness. Menopause symptoms also cause dizziness due to autonomic disorders.
The light vertigo stops as soon as you close your eyes, but if it is heavy, you can't stand unsteadily as if you were on a boat or a car, or it can be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, sweating, and even if it is terrible, it may even be cursed. The visceral sphism, which is closely related to vertigo, becomes the following liver, kidney, and spleen. Vertigo is thought to occur in a disordered way of working with one of the three visceral organs.
It is said that "vertigo belongs to the liver" (the wind is, everyone belongs to the liver), and I believe that it is the liver that has the deepest relationship with vertigo. In Chinese medicine, the liver not only functions of liver function, but also regulates the function of the autonomic nervous system to control the blood circulation of the whole body. Because blood flow and muscle work are also managed, the problem of menopause and stiff shoulders are also involved in the liver. Overuse of eyes, excessive use of nerves, stress, lack of sleep, overwork, etc. will drain the liver. As a result, the function of the autonomic nervous system is disturbed, and blood does not circulate enough toward the brain and inner ear, causing symptoms of dizziness. Therefore, the pot related to the liver is often used in the treatment of vertigo.
It is said that the kidney swells in the ear, and the ear is deeply related to the kidney. In Oriental medicine, kidneys are related not only to the urology, but also to the endocrine (hormonal) system, the immune system, fertility, bones and teeth, ears, hair, hips, nods, etc. Because it is related to growth, growth, and aging, the function of the kidney decreases with age.
It is a condition called "renal emptiness". When the kidney becomes empty, the bone and the tooth become weak, and the way of urine comes out, and the fertility weakens, too. And the ears are also more prone to tinnitus and hearing loss. Vertigo occurs when the equilibrium organ of the inner ear is impaired.
It is said that "no vertigo occurs without sputum", and vertigo may occur as a representative of the water poison symptoms. Greasy food, too much eating of sweets, too much drinking of cold things, etc. weaken the function of the digestive system, it is called the intragastric stop water, water in the stomach is in a state of poshaping. Such a state is called water poison, and the water metabolism in the body deteriorates. For example, it is easy to cause dizziness by blistering of the inner ear.
The pot that is effective for vertigo is famous for the wind behind the ear and the shade of the head.