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There are many causes of dizziness. Dizziness caused by abnormal functions in the brain and ears, dizziness caused by anemia, and dizziness caused by unstable blood volume sent to the brain due to sudden changes in blood pressure. There is also dizziness caused by the imbalance of the autonomic nerves due to stress or changes in blood pressure.

Vertigo that complains of self-rotation, ceiling rotation, gwangwan, guru-guru, etc. occurs when there is edema or inflammation in the inner ear, which controls the sense of balance. Deafness and tinnitus may also occur. There is also the possibility of Meniere's disease and inflammation of the inner ear.

Dizziness such as restless feet, light-headedness when walking, or the feeling of shaking of the body may be caused by migraines or stiff shoulders. There may be abnormalities in the brain such as the cerebellum and brain stem, but if there are symptoms such as slurred speech, immediate kicking, or double vision, the blood circulation in the brain may be impaired. Please see the doctor as soon as possible.

Lightheadedness, such as lightheadedness, is dizziness caused by reduced blood flow to the brain, and it will be easier if you sit down for a while. For example, dehydration and anemia. It also occurs with hypoglycemia, but in this case cold sweat, palpitation, etc. also occur as symptoms.

Losing consciousness (sleeping) after eating can also occur with arteriosclerosis of the blood vessels in the neck. In addition, if the autonomic nerves are out of balance due to stress and the nerve transmission in the brain is impaired, dizziness may occur. Dizziness is also seen due to autonomic neuropathy as a climacteric symptom.

Light dizziness stops as soon as you close your eyes, but if it is heavy, you cannot stand swaying like you are in a ship or car, or if it is accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and sweating, and in severe cases. It can even be overwhelming. The liver, kidneys, and spleen below are the viscera that are closely related to dizziness. I think that dizziness occurs when one of the three visceral functions is disturbed.

It is said that "dizziness belongs to the liver" (various dizziness, all belong to the liver), and I think that the liver is most closely related to dizziness. In Chinese medicine, the liver controls not only the function of the liver but also the function of the autonomic nerves to control the blood circulation of the whole body. Since it also controls blood flow and muscle function, menopausal problems and stiff shoulders are also important. Overuse of eyes, overuse of nerves, stress, lack of sleep, overwork, etc. can be exhausting. As a result, the function of the autonomic nerves is disturbed, blood does not circulate sufficiently toward the brain and inner ear, causing dizziness. Therefore, acupoints related to the liver are often used to treat dizziness.

It is said that the kidneys open to the ears, and the ears are closely related to the kidneys. The kidney in oriental medicine is related not only to the urinary system, but also to the endocrine (hormonal) system, immune system, fertility, bones, teeth, ears, hair, hips, throat, etc. Since it is related to growth, growth, and aging, kidney function declines as we get older.

This is the so-called "renal deficiency". When the kidneys become deficient, the bones and teeth become weaker, and the urine output and fertility also weaken. And the ears are also more likely to have tinnitus and deafness. Dizziness occurs when the equilibrium organs of the inner ear of the ear are damaged.

It is said that "dizziness does not occur without sputum", and dizziness may occur as a representative of water poisoning symptoms. Oily foods, eating too much sweet foods, drinking too much cold foods, etc. weaken the function of the digestive system, and it is called gastric stagnation, which causes the water to become lumpy in the stomach. This condition is called water poisoning, and the water metabolism in the body deteriorates. For example, blisters in the inner ear can easily cause dizziness.

The acupuncture points that are effective for dizziness are famous for the acupuncture points behind the ears and the shade of the head.



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