Inner ear virus
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The inner ear virus infection is a common disorder of human ear which many people can’t realize because of the position. Ears are multi-functional organs of human body with complex structure. An ear’s function is not only receiving sounds but also maintaining balance of human body. An ear has functionality spanned from skin to brain with strong protection in external or visible part and very sensitive internal part.
Ear is divided into three parts based on its visibility and position as follows: inner ear, middle ear and outer ear. As ear is spanned from skin to brain with an opening outside the head, it is in the risk of threat from virus and bacterial infection. As, the viral and bacterial infections are diversified in nature, moreover the trouble occurs in the inner ear and situated in the head, the most sensitive organs of human body; people often can’t understand the problem and because of the position in the very internal location, they can’t see what is going on there. Often can’t understand that whether it is an ear disorder or any metaphysical disorder; mostly when they suffer from the body balance disorder as they may not know that this is also a function of ear. So, they can’t decide that whether they should take or not inner ear virus treatment.
What are the symptoms of inner ear virus infection?
One of the common symptoms of inner ear virus is the vertigo or dizziness. This is a situation, where the victim feels that he is falling down. This is a reeling sensation. This reduces the ability of the victim to maintain the proper balance of his or her body. Another symptom is the inability to hear anything that is hearing loss. This can be both temporary and permanent and ignorance at initial stage of temporary disorder may turn into permanent inner ear virus hearing loss.
Another common symptom is nausea which is the sensation of discomfort in the upper stomach. Sometimes, this associates with the vomiting. Even, difficulty in vision is often cause by the inner ear viral infection. This infection may cause impaired concentration. Tinnitus, the unwanted and irritating noise in the ear like ringing is also found to be associated with this infection as symptom. Many people are confused that whether these viruses are contagious or not. And, as viruses are naturally contagious, they think that these viruses are contagious too! However, the inner ear virus contagious is not right; these can’t be spread from one to other.
How to get red from viral infections in inner ear?
The infection is of different stages from preliminary of less harmful to severe which may cause great suffering. At the very initial phase, these viruses are not harmful. In that case, you may be are asking to know that, how long does inner ear virus last? Well, usually such viruses last for around two weeks. But, in some cases, they last for one month to three months or even a year. And, sometimes they are removed by the immune system of body. So, how long cans inner ear virus last can’t be answered accurately as it depends on the victims’ immune system and the inner ear virus revival time also depends on the fighting capability of your immune strength. For such cases, physicians don’t prescribe any medication for removing viruses, rather may tell you to wait until your immune system removes. Some are suitable for home remedy. But, there are certain situations when you must see a doctor. If you are in severe stage and suffering from dizziness that can’t walk because of imbalance sensation, you should request a doctor for home visit.
The medication that doctors prescribe depends on the symptoms, inflammation, reason and severity. If the viral infection is detected, initially the physician may prescribe tranquilizer and/or anti-nausea. These inner ear virus treatments are enough for less severe stage. But, if you are suffering from something more acute trouble like hearing loss, then surgery may be required.
To avoid the infection getting serious, immediately seek for treatments from a specialist of ear. Avoid forcefully nose-blowing during respiratory infection and during cold because, this may cause the infectious material to be pushed into the middle and inner structure of the ear.