That’s right. Allergies cause dizziness as well as a multitude of other symptoms. Depending on the allergy and how bad, the symptoms can be debilitating, so just imagine adding dizziness to the stack. Sounds awful, right? But is it starting to make sense? Maybe you experience dizziness more often than you can explain. You’re not sure of the cause, but you know you have allergies.
Well, you’re in luck, sorta.
According to Healthline.com, allergies affect the Eustachian tube which has a lot to do with our balance and pressure in the middle ear. Generally, allergies lead to issues with the ear, which then block the Eustachian tube, causing you to feel off-balanced.
To treat the symptom of dizziness in this case, taking care of allergies with permanent solutions is the way to go. Just make sure that your dizziness is caused by allergies and not something else entirely.
Other causes of dizziness include:
- Inner ear
- Changes in blood pressure
- Changes in blood sugar
Solutions to allergies:
- Allergy testing and immunotherapy
- Proper diagnosis, making sure that it is allergies
- Properly taking allergy medications as prescribed
- Avoidance of specific allergens
Allergies cause dizziness. Simple as that. Come in to the Ear, Nose and Throat Institute for treatment of your allergies with testing and immunotherapy. Call 770-740-1860 to schedule a same-day or Saturday appointment.
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