I've been dizzy for almost four or five days. I'm a little sick when I'm serious. I have cervical spondylosis. I did brain MRI in February and cerebrovascular examination and cervical MRI in August. I want to know what's wrong with my dizziness. Can it be caused by anxiety? Can it not be a precursor of cerebral infarction? Thank you, doctor
According to the magnetic resonance examination you provided, there is mild cervical spondylosis, but this kind of cervical spondylosis generally does not cause dizziness, and the vascular examination of brain magnetic resonance is basically normal, so dizziness may be functional and related to mental factors, such as anxiety state or anxiety disorder. It is recommended to go to neurology department for treatment. If it is indeed anxiety disorder, oral drugs regulating nerve anti anxiety should be taken.
There are no adverse symptoms on your brain CT. If you only have nausea, it should be the impact caused by psychological anxiety. Therefore, I suggest you should pay more attention to observation. In addition, there are no swelling substances and other adverse impurities.
In this case, it may be caused by the problem of cervical vertebra. Usually, it has little to do with anxiety and cerebral infarction. First of all, we must maintain a good attitude. Don't bow your head too much and don't sleep too high on the pillow. The height of the pillow is best your fist, one and a half fist high. Pay attention to diet. Don't drink alcohol. You can also swim more often. You can also do acupuncture and cervical traction therapy.