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يمكن أن تتراوح الدوخة من شعور عابر بالإغماء إلى اضطراب حادٍّ في التوازن يجعل تأدية المهام الطبيعية أمرًا مستحيلًا. من بين البالغين فوق سن الـ 65 عامًا، يواجه 30 بالمئة منهم حالة الدوخة.

وتبدو الدوخة كما يلي:

  • الإصابة بالدوَّار، كما لو أنكَ ستفقد الوعي
  • عدم الثبات أو فقدان الاتزان
  • شعور زائف بأنكَ أو المنطقة المحيطة بكَ تتحرك أو تدور (الدوار)
  • شعور كما لو أنكَ تطفو أو تسبح، أو ثقل الرأس

غالبًا ما تكون الدوخة مؤقتة وتتوقف دون علاج. بينما تتحدث إلى طبيبكَ عن حالتكَ، حاوِل أن تصف أعراضكَ بالضبط، وكيف تشعر حين تأتي الدوخة وبعد أن تتوقف، وما الذي يحفز حدوثها، ومدة استمرارها. فبهذه الطريقة، ستساعد طبيبكَ على تشخيص السبب وعلاج الحالة.

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21/10/2020

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