where you dizzy come from?
VERTIGO OF ORIGIN In the first place we must distinguish the "real" dizzy from the "false". What is vertigo? The vertigo "real" environment consists of an illusory rotation around its own body or in the environment of the body.
Commonly, however, the term "vertigo" are too vague feelings of instability indicated if not lighter ills, employees from other causes, are so-called "false" vertigo. They may be caused, for example, by pressure fluctuations or from disorders of cardiac rhythm.
Faced with a vertigo "true" must distinguish the central or peripheral nature.
"peripheral" vertigo are intense with an "objective roundabout feeling" (rotation environment than the body), often accompanied by nausea and vomiting and signs of cochlear sharing, that is, hearing disorders, vertigo is turned on or accentuated with the opening of oe eyes with head movements.
Vertigo "central" are discontinuous, less intense peripheral less definable by the patient and "subjective" characteristics: ie the patient 's impression to turn himself in space.
A typical central vertigo is that of alcoholics.
In this case the hearing disorders are absent.
The vertigo in patients ATM MAY BE explained by the sympathetic reflex, generated dall'ipoacusia, due to compression of the retrodiscal tissue and vessels that pass through the rear wall of the glenoid fossa.
Spasms of the stapedius muscle (striated muscle is the smallest of the human body: 8 mm long, protrudes pyramidal dall'eminenza of the rear wall of the tympanic cavity. It is innervated by the cranial nerve VII. It fits in the bracket and contracting the neck It draws the latter out of the oval window, reducing the pressure on labyrinthine liquids.)
may cause pressure variations in the perilymphatic liquid with stimulation of the receptor organs of the vestibule giving vertigo.
A recent theory (L.J. Myers) states that departing from the ATM may cause inflammation, diffusion pressure imbalances in the endolymphatic sac (and therefore around the endolymph system).
Through this increased pressure could be triggered dizziness in addition to other hearing disorders.
These forms of vertigo so far described are therefore to be considered "peripheral" Instead
in cases of severe joint or muscle pain, the remarkable sensory input could result in the establishment, to bulbar level, short circuits investenti the cochlear and vestibular nuclei.
Hence the possible onset of symptoms of dizziness and auditory source "central."
you know that cervical problems may be the result of TMJ disorders.
spasms of the neck muscles or vertebral subluxations can impede blood flow which give rise intracranialmente basilar artery origin that passes close to the bulb and the bridge and vascularizes them.
One obstacle to the bloodstream of this artery, which occurred for the reasons mentioned justifies the onset of vertigo and also other auditory and vestibular disorders.