Also, the pain caused by arthritis may cause a person to change his or her gait, which may lead to a loss of balance
This leads to failure of the cochlea and the vestibular organs, resulting in deafness and loss of balance
If the symptoms are particularly severe, a doctor may prescribe medication that can control dizziness, vertigo and loss of balance
- or an anti-sickness medication to help with any nausea.
A: Travel sickness is thought to happen when your eyes cannot keep up with the motion and this tends to lead to a loss of balance
Associations were estimated using logistic regression models adjusted for potential confounders; associations with titne ro loss of balance
were estimated using adjusted Cox proportional hazard models.
Listeria monocytogenes is a foodborne bacteria that can cause fever, muscle aches, nausea, and diarrhea, as well as headaches, stiff neck, confusion, loss of balance
, and convulsions if if spreads to the nervous system.
The man, who was living alone in his apartment, had two visitors in his apartment at the time of the incident, but the fall was caused by his loss of balance
as a result of drinking alcohol," Brigadier Al Mansouri added.
com/profile/91178 FACTFILE Symptoms ofMnier's usually include loss of balance
, vertigo, a ringing in the ears and degrees of hearing loss but some people can also feel dizzy or nauseas.
WEAKNESS, LOSS OF BALANCE
, AND HEARING LOSS prompted a 45-year-old woman to visit the emergency department (ED).
Mansour suffers from Cerebroma (any abnormal mass of brain tissues); which causes loss of balance
all the time, so he fell and broke his right shoulder and arm.
Vestibular disease includes a loss of balance
, typical ataxia, head tilt, spontaneous/ positional nystagmus and/or positional strabismus.
Commissioned by HealthyWomen, the National Stroke Association, and the American College of Emergency Physicians, the online survey of about 2,000 adult women found that only 27% of women could name more than two of the six primary stroke symptoms (sudden numbness or weakness on one side of the face; sudden numbness or weakness in an arm or leg; sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding speech; sudden trouble seeing; sudden trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance
or coordination; sudden severe headache with no known cause).