Dizziness By Dr. David Hepburn and Dr. Sealey

Have you ever felt dizzy?

Dr. David Hepburn and Dr. Sealey state that dizziness can mean different things to different people and it could be lightheaded or vertigo where you actually truly feel like you’re moving or the room it’s moving about you.

Dr. David Frederick Hepburn


Dr. David Hepburn mention “I’lltell you that dizziness is not uncommon which is another way of saying course is dizziness is common and yes we differentiate between whether it is alight headedness where you’re going to feel like you’re going to faint or the sense that the external environment is spinning about you and that is vertical” Dr. Hepburn explains that one of the most common reasons for dizziness is something called “positional vertigo benign positional brit”

Dr. David Hepburn emphasizes that is called benign because “what happens sometimes with age is there are little stones that build up inside our ears are very small canals of our inner ears and when you turn quickly in a certain way or you get off of the bed you may get the sense of a spinning sensation”. This can be diagnosed and even treated

David Frederick Hepburn

According to Dr. David Frederick Hepburn another cause of vertigo is something called labyrinthitis which is a little virus that can get sit in the middle ear that causes the spinning sensation, once again Dr. Hepburn mention this treatable.
Dr. Hepburn ended by pointing out that “if your head is spinning and you’re not blonde make sure you see your physician and get that treated”

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