Health complications are increasing day by day. In this modern era diseases are at their peak. When people give a look on newspaper, TV channel and health magazines each day they come to know more new diseases. Vertigo is also health complication of people of all age groups. There are various factors responsible for this problem like head injury, ear infections, and tumor and cut off blood supply to brain. Stress and anxiety due to frictions in relationships, job stress, and society pressure also leads to severe vertigo conditions. Sometimes people are not aware about the symptoms of this disease.
What Is Vertigo?
Vertigo is the condition when a person has feeling that all the objects are moving around but in real they are not. Symptoms associated with vertigo are vomiting, nausea, sweating and difficulty in walking, visual complications, weakness, unconsciousness and difficulty in speaking. It becomes severe if there is the spinning of head. Dizziness is the common type of vertigo. Main cause of vertigo is migraine, less supply of blood flow to brain, head injury, infection in ear, hardening of tissues and neck injury. Vertigo can be diagnosed by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Electrocardiogram (ECG), Computed Tomography (CT) and blood tests.
Let's Have A Look On The Types Of Vertigo On The Basis Of Cause
It is most common type associated with imbalance mechanism of ear.
Central vertigo is the problem in brain parts like cerebellum (located at the bottom of brain) and brainstem (lower part of brain that is in a connection to spinal cord).
Causes Of Vertigo In Ayurveda
In Ayurveda, vertigo is called as "brahma". Brahma is a balance disorder which causes head spinning. According to Ayurevda there are three energies - vata, pitta and kapha which are responsible for healthy body. Vertigo (Brahma) is due to aggravation of pitta and kapha dosha which results in the improper functioning of equilibrium mechanism in the inner parts of ear. This imbalance results in nausea, vomiting, dizziness, visual complications, difficulty in hearing and walking. There are various herbs are present in Ayurveda such as giloy, sariva, vacha, pitapapda and vacha which are quite effective in the treatment of vertigo (brahma).