HealthandAge - Comments for "Anxiety Associated with Vertigo" /Anxiety-Associated-with-Vertigo Comments for "Anxiety Associated with Vertigo" en Anxiety Associated with Vertigo /Anxiety-Associated-with-Vertigo#comment-1379 <p>Very nice site!</p> Wed, 14 Apr 2010 17:11:55 +0000 Anonymous comment 1379 at http://www.healthandage.com Anxiety Associated with Vertigo /Anxiety-Associated-with-Vertigo#comment-1322 <p>Your experience was very helpful, it allowed me to be most aware of what you alll are experiencing.Recently my dad has been suffereing veritgo and he is not himself anymore. He is afraid to be alone, he gets anxious, and cant eat.He has lost 25lbs. All due to this vertigo. I was trying to have an understadning of what he may be exeperiencing, because he is not explaining it to me well. He has been to the doctors and all f his blood and cat scan state that he is healthy. So im just confused and need to be educated on what exactly is going on. I pray for you both.thanks again for sharing tips.</p> Wed, 31 Mar 2010 16:05:05 +0000 Anonymous comment 1322 at http://www.healthandage.com Anxiety Associated with Vertigo /Anxiety-Associated-with-Vertigo#comment-1295 <p>This has been a tricky one for me. I've had minor bouts with anxiety in the past, like most of us have, but have never had any dizziness associated with it. </p> <p>Recently however, I've started to experience extreme dizziness. After a few days of dealing with this I ended up become anxious and even had a panic attack due to it. Dealing with one is hard enough but dealing with two is that much tougher. </p> <p>What helped me was to focus on getting my anxiety under control first. I made sure to not focus on worrying thoughts and to instead focus on being happy and involving myself in conversations. I find that if you allow anxiety and negative thoughts to overcome you, you feed into it. I realize that some people may require medication as well. As of now, I have never needed this ... instead, I just need to work at getting myself back to the right state of mind. </p> <p>Once I had my anxiety back under control I realized that the dizziness was occurring during moments when I had no anxiety at all. Even after the dizziness I had no anxiety. This definitely told me that the dizziness was being caused by vertigo or something else. I can now communicate this to my Doctor to make sure that he find the real cause of the dizziness instead of assuming its related to anxiety.</p> Wed, 24 Mar 2010 20:10:33 +0000 Anonymous comment 1295 at http://www.healthandage.com Anxiety Associated with Vertigo /Anxiety-Associated-with-Vertigo#comment-1177 <p>Thanks for article ,i guess you are right.The doctors usually try to identify the cause of the Vertigo in order to cut off the list some of the serious conditions which have as a primary symptom the dizziness such as stroke, tumor, hemorrhage or cardiovascular disease. The diagnosis process includes a physical and neurological examination, imaging tests and also blood tests.</p> Sat, 20 Feb 2010 17:53:00 +0000 veronyke comment 1177 at http://www.healthandage.com