It may be an unpleasant sensation to feel dizzy and lightheaded, but the occurrence is prevalent and able to be treated by our specialists. Keep in mind that dizziness and vertigo are two distinct ailments that people tend to confuse with each other. Ordinary faintness accompanies dizziness while vertigo creates a feeling that the environment is spinning around you.
Our central Texas Balance clinics deliver modern and fully established diagnosis procedures to assess your balance issue and identify the cause of it. Our qualified balance specialists use high precision diagnosis instruments to establish the foundation for treatment that is customized for your individual needs.
Your inner ear supports the functions of hearing and balance. To maintain your equilibrium there are innard components of the ear to notify the brain of your movement and position. Vertigo, which is the feeling that the environment is spinning or whirling, is often triggered when this transmission to the brain gets disrupted or misfires. Other symptoms that may accompany dizziness are: headache, nausea, sensitivity to bright light, blurred vision, ear ringing, pain in the ears, numbnes in the face, eye pain, motion sickness, confused thinking, fainting, and clumsiness.