Dizziness – Old age frequent problem

There are three types of dizziness vertigo, syncope and nonsyncope nonvertigo. Vertigo is a dizziness the person feels that surroundings are spinning. Vertigo dizziness is often seen when you are in spinning amusement park ride. Syncope is a dizziness when the person feels fainting or loss of consciousness. Syncope dizziness is often seen when the person stand up too fast. Nonsyncope nonvertigo dizziness people could not able to keep their balance correctly. This dizziness is most serious than the vertigo and syncope types of dizziness.

Causes of dizziness
Three organs they are eyes, body senses, and inner ear do maintaining balance in the brain. If any of these organ is not working properly the brain not able to get the information correctly. This is also known as sickness of motion, when the person sitting the body tells to the brain that you are sitting but the eyes tells that you are moving results the dizziness occurs. The eyes and the body senses are important to keep maintaining balance in the brain. The dizziness is often caused because of the inner ear problem. The blood pressure is also causes dizziness. Disorder in the circulation is a major cause of dizziness. Dizziness is cause by other disorder such as allergies injury in the heads, nervous and infection in the ear. Dizziness is a chronic disease. Dizziness is most often seen above the age 70.
The symptoms of vertigo dizziness are the people feel that surrounding is spinning. Nausea, fatigue or headache and vomiting are the common symptoms of vertigo. Sweating, fainting and vision dimmed are the common symptoms of syncope types of dizziness. The symptoms of Nonsyncope nonvertigo dizziness are off balance in their body.
What are the diseases causes due to dizziness
Breathing problem, heart problem, blood pressure and disorder in the nervous are the diseases cause by syncope types of dizziness. The headache is caused by Nonsyncope nonvertigo dizziness. Vertigo types of dizziness cause problem in the inner ear. Nerve damage between ear and brain is cause by vertigo dizziness.

Diagnosis and treatment
Dizziness can be diagnosis by magnetic resonance imaging, computed topography scan and eletronystagmography. The CT and MRI scan is used to diagnosis the nerve damage that leads to dizziness. The ENG is use to diagnosis the eye movement. Dizziness can be treated by medicine or medication. Dizziness can also treated by surgery, acupuncture and homeopathy. Dizziness can be prevented if they diagnosed early.



  1. What is causing my dizziness?
    i started feeling dizzy a couple of years ago (almost constantly), i then had a migrane (my first) which caused vertigo. which after seeing the doctor, cleared up. i went back again and was given some medicine for the dizziness and was told i had high pressure in my right ear (even though i’ve only once had ear ache more than 10 years ago). the medicine worked for a while (even though i was only allowed to take it when it was at it’s worst)

    now nothing shifts it, i feel constantly unwell as if have cotton wool in my head (which i did explain to the doctor at the time). i get headaches more than i used to (i was lucky if i had one a month). It gets worse before, during and a few days after mensruating. it sometimes causes a strange sweating feeling where i’m not actually hot or sweating but it feels as if i am. i know i don’t have high blood pressure

    I don’t think this is caused by my ear anymore, what is causing this? i want to feel human again.


    • I suggest that you see an ear, nose and throat specialist. My husband described feeling “dizzy” for 9 years. Finally after seeing numerous specialists he was diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma which is a non-cancerous tumor which grows in the balance nerve. Do not give up. Keep pushing for answers to your medical problem.


  2. what causes dizziness and nausea and sweats?
    I woke up really dizzy and felt like i was going to puke, but i didnt. and i had the sweats to a little bit. what could it mean. i was so dizzy that i couldnt hardly walk. it lasted for 5 – 10 minutes.


  3. What causes dizziness and sweating with left kidney pain?
    Ocasionally (once every two months or so), I’ll be going about my day and suddenly I’ll get dizzy, sweaty and the left side where my kidney is will hurt. It only lasts for about five minutes and then I’m fine. The left kidney hurts all of the time so I’m thinking maybe I pulled a muscle or something. Any ideas?

    Oh I’m not pregnant and I’m in excellent health otherwise.


  4. What can cause sudden chest pain,sweating,dizziness,coldness, and upper back pain that last about 1 min.?
    This started yesterday morning and has since returned twice. It last no more than a min. and all the info I can find states that heart attacks last at least a few minutes. I have had left arm pain,dizziness,coldness,and upper back pain along with sweating for a good while but now I also have the chest pain that comes and goes. This can happen even when I am resting. Anyone know what this could be?


    • I don’t know what it could be apart from some kind of heart thing
      Like you say its all the symptoms except from the time span…..

      Please get this checked by a doctor really soon?
      Even if its not heart related it doesn’t sound very nice for you and needs to be sorted out


  5. what would cause excessive sweating ,dizziness, and vomiting.?
    it happened while sleeping was awakened by the symptoms…no alcohol involved.


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