Vertigo TCM Therapy

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Definition of vertigo in TCM

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definition of vertigo in tcmVertigo is chiefly manifested as dizziness and blurred vision, which usually occur simultaneously. The mild case can be relieved by closing one's eyes; while the serious one has a rotatary sensation like sitting in a sailing boat or moving car, difficulty in standing firmly and accompanying symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, sweating and pale complexion, etc. Continue to learn Chinese medicine treatment for Anemia.

Emotional depression, anger, improper diet, debility due to prolonged illness and excessive sexual intercourse may cause vertigo. The pathogenesis of the excess type is stagnation of turbid phlegm in the middle energizer resulring in failure of lucid yang to ascend, or hyperactivity of liver yang disturbing the head; while that of the deficiency type is deficiency of both blood and qi or insufficiency of kidney essence leading to failure of qi to ascend to the head. In fact, most of the cases are of deficiency type. As for its location, vertigo involves the head and is closely related to the liver, spleen and kidney.

Vertigo may be found in hypertension, hypotension, hypoglycemia, anemia, Meniere's disease, cerebral arteriosclerosis, vertebrobasilar ischemia and neurasthenia.

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