You will need
  • - drugs prescribed by a neuropathologist;
  • massage;
  • - physiotherapy;
  • - acupuncture active zones.
The main symptoms of disruption of the vestibular apparatus are: dizziness, nausea, vomiting, symptoms of motion sickness, loss of coordination, with possible drops and fainting, the illusory sensation of movement of stationary objects, the narrowing of the field of view.
Causes leading to dysfunction of the vestibular apparatus, can be brain injuries, strokes, damage to the Central nervous system, vegetative-vascular dystonia, disorders of cerebral circulation.
After diagnostic studies, including ultrasound of the brain, magnetic resonance imaging, the use of special equipment with a moving platform and reader sensors will prescribe an effective treatment aimed at restoration of function of the vestibular apparatus.
Treatment should be comprehensive and include medical therapy, physiotherapy, massage. If necessary, the doctor will prescribe acupuncture is aimed at restoring the active areas of the brain and Central nervous system.
As medical therapy you may be given medicines containing amphetamine, caffeine, strychnine, if there are no significant contraindications.
Vestibuloplasty medicines are complex drugs consisting of antihistamines, anticholinergic drugs and benzodiazepines. The combination of these drugs and the dose the doctor selects for each patient individually.
GABA-modulators are currently used rarely, as have a number of side effects associated with impaired memory and confusion, but the drugs have hypnotic, sedative and antibioticheskih activity. In severe dysfunction of the vestibular apparatus, their use is still quite effective.
N-1-blockers, the doctor will prescribe almost all patients, since the drugs help to prevent motion sickness and significantly reduce the dizziness that prevents the fall several times.
Antipsychotics are prescribed as antiemetics to patients with severe CNS disorders.