Thursday, May 1, 2008

Common Cold Could Cause Vertigo

Don't let cold attack you for weeks. If not, you will be haunt by vertigo or vestibular disorders. Vertigo is the sensation of spinning or swaying while the body is stationary with respect to the earth or surroundings. So he or she could lost balance, even when they were not moving.

The symptoms could happen only several minutes until a long period. When a common cold was ignore for weeks, inflammation happen to the throat.

If the inflammation happens, then the throat channel narrowed and air that enter also decrease or vacuum. Moreover could cause disturbance to the side ear nerves.

Vertigo is usually associate with a problem in the inner ear balance mechanisms (vestibular system), in the brain, or with the nerve connections between these two organs.

Vertigo can also be brought on suddenly through various actions or incidents, such as skull fractures or brain trauma, sudden changes of blood pressure, or as a symptom of motion sickness while sailing, riding amusement rides, airplanes or in a motor vehicle. Vertigo can also be cause by Carbon Monoxide poisoning. It is also one of the more common symptoms of superior canal dehiscence syndrome and Meniere's disease.

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