Hello, can you describe in detail the relationship between vertigo and body position change? For example, migraine vertigo can be caused by head position changes; postural hypotension can be caused by sharp standing. How long does vertigo last? Is vertigo accompanied by other symptoms? For example, lesions of the posterior cranial fossa or skull base may be accompanied by cerebral nerve or limb paralysis; Meniere's disease, acoustic neuroma, sudden deafness, labyrinthitis, perilymphatic fistula, large vestibular aqueduct syndrome, vestibular paroxysmal disease, otosclerosis and autoimmune inner ear disease may be accompanied by deafness, tinnitus or ear distention; migraine vertigo may be accompanied by phobia, headache or visual aura. Is it a single or first attack and recurrent vertigo?
Have you ever used oral medicine before? However, even if the etiology of vertigo is clear and can be treated by etiology is not many, at present, for acute vertebrobasilar ischemic stroke, immediate thrombolysis, otolithiasis is given manual reduction, most patients still use symptomatic treatment, namely, anti-vertigo, anti-emetic, anti-anxiety and depression. In vertigo attack or acute stage, some anti-vertigo drugs need to be used for symptomatic treatment, but anti-vertigo drugs can not be used for a long time, which will inhibit the establishment of central compensation mechanism. You should carry out early vestibular rehabilitation training.