Injuries that cause fractures in the head, jaw, face, or the base of the skull can potentially cause complications including hearing loss, dizziness, facial paralysis, or leaking of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).
Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) disorders
This is a disorder that affect the jaw joints as well as the muscles and ligaments that surround them. Trauma, an incorrect bite, arthritis, or wear and tear can all contribute to it. Jaw soreness, headaches, earaches, and face pain are most common symptoms.
Neuralgia is a type of pain that is stabbing, searing, and frequently intense, caused by an inflamed or injured nerve. The nerve might be located anywhere in the body, and the injury could be caused by a variety of factors, including aging. Diabetes and multiple sclerosis are two examples of illnesses.
Presbycusis (or age-related hearing loss) is the progressive loss of hearing in both ears. It's a typical issue associated with aging. Hearing loss affects one out of every three persons over the age of 65. Some people are first unaware of the change in hearing due to the gradual shift.
Pain in the chest, tightness in the chest, pressure in the chest, and discomfort in the chest (angina) Breathing difficulty are all signs of Cardiac Problems. If the blood arteries in your legs or arms are constricted, you may also experience pain, numbness, weakness, or coldness.
Labyrinthitis is an inflammation of a part in your inner ear called the labyrinth. This inflammation causes a spinning sensation (vertigo), hearing loss, nausea, and vomiting. Although the majority of people's symptoms fade with time, this should not be taken lightly.
Neurological Problems like TIA or transient ischemic attack is a short stroke-like incident that, although resolving in minutes to hours, requires rapid medical intervention to distinguish from a genuine stroke. Symptoms include one-sided weakness, visual difficulties, and slurred speech. These are usually temporary and resolve within 24 hours. Medication, surgery, and healthy lifestyle modifications are all part of the treatment plan.
Vestibular Neuritis is a condition that affects the vestibulocochlear nerve, which transmits balance and head position information from the inner ear to the brain. When this nerve swells (inflames), it alters the way the brain interprets information, resulting in abrupt or severe vertigo (spinning/swaying feeling), dizziness, balance issues, nausea, and vomiting. It is a condition that is similar to but not the same as Labyrinthitis.
Anemia or Loss of Blood is condition in which the blood lacks sufficient healthy red blood cells. Anemia is caused by a shortage of red blood cells or by red blood cells that are malfunctioning in the body. As a result, oxygen supply to the body's organs is restricted. Fatigue, skin pallor, shortness of breath, light-headedness, dizziness, or a rapid heartbeat are some of the symptoms.