Vestibular syndrome

Vestibular syndrome is a number of pathological phenomena (dizziness, vomiting, instability of the body when standing and motion, the rhythm of breathing, changes in blood pressure), arising from the increase in the excitability of the vestibular apparatus or its nuclei, located in the medulla. The cause of the vestibular symptom may be a sulfur tube in ear canal, non-inflammatory disease of the inner ear, intoxication, angioneuroticeski state, arachnoiditis or swelling at the place of exit VIII pair cranial nerves. Vestibular syndrome may occur pristupoobrazna with full well being of the patient between the two attacks or on the background of slightly expressed signs of irritation of the vestibular apparatus. When experimental laboratory study of the maze (rotation, caloric test, see Vestibulometry) develops high (sometimes turbulent, with nausea and vomiting) reaction.
Treatment of the underlying disease and symptomatic (belloid or bellaston to 1 tablet 3 times a day after meals); during the attack cold head and warmth to your feet. Given in patients with a tendency to giddiness, they need to recommend a job where there is no noise and flashing or rotating devices, dramatically changing atmospheric pressure.