Dizziness-Diagnosis and Treatment

Mareos, diagnóstico y tratamiento.

Dizziness, diagnosis and treatment.

Specialists in the Diagnosis, Control and Treatment of this condition with a 99% effectiveness, so that you can enjoy your daily activities and lead a full life.

We are a clinic in Mexico dedicated exclusively to the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients suffering from this disease. We have the most complete Neurotoxophysiology Office in the country so that the same day medical evaluation and test results are obtained to establish a correct diagnosis and start the treatment that is required at the same time.

Our main objective is the recovery of our patients and their return to normal activities in the shortest possible time, or in cases where the cause is irreversible (degenerative diseases, strokes and cerebral hemorrhages, etc.) significantly reduce symptoms, As well as the risk of falls.

Dizziness is a term that is commonly used to describe two different symptoms: feeling dizzy and dizzy.

These are usually a symptom. And with the symptoms you can only do one thing before trying to relieve them, consult them with a specialist neurophysiologist to give you the appropriate treatment, depending on the type of problem you have.

Vertigo is a sensation in which you feel you are spinning or moving, or that everything around you is spinning around you.

This usually occurs when there is not enough blood to the brain, which can happen if:

There is a sudden drop in blood pressure.

Your body does not have enough water (dehydrated) because of factors such as vomiting, diarrhea, fever and other conditions in the body.

You get up too fast after sitting or lying down (this is more common in older people)

Although the term is very broad and encompasses many sensations, from the medical point of view have been classified into different types of Dizziness:

Vertigo: sensation of movement, usually rotating

Presyncope: feeling of falling when lying down or fainting

Imbalance: feeling of instability in the march, without perception of object rotation.

Nonspecific dizziness: includes those not included in previous groups, such as the psychogen and multisensory.

Mixed: when two or more previously mentioned symptoms coexist

Physiological: is caused by some type of movement and is normal to occur in healthy people.

Some medications can produce these types of symptoms, which should be indicated as a side effect in the person who consumed them. These include antibiotics, diuretics, antiepileptics, benzodiazepines, or drugs that are used in some chemotherapy for the treatment of cancer.

In this case, this condition may be caused by multiple reasons, including:

Problems with hearing, changes in blood pressure, problems with the neck, errors in the degree of vision and excessive oxygenation (hyperventilation).

Ear problems usually originate from the inner ear and in particular the labyrinth, which is where the sense of balance is located. It is usually accompanied by nausea, dizziness, migraine and disorientation.

Changes in blood pressure commonly precipitate this problem. Sometimes due to the punctual variation produced by the change of posture (from sitting or lying down to standing). It is especially common in people with hypotension.

Given such a variety of possible causes of this condition, a correct diagnosis is essential for the treatment to have any results. Again, it is important to consult with the specialist, in this case with a neurootologist and not cure the symptom without supervision of this, because it may be making deaf ears to a wise signal from our body.