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Varun Dhawan is Better Now Since Being Diagnosed With Vestibular Hypofunction

Varun Dhawan recently revealed that he is doing much better after being diagnosed with vestibular hypofunction, a condition in which the body’s “balance goes off.” “To everyone who has been concerned, I would like to share  I am doing much better with the help of yoga, swimming, physiotherapy, and a change in lifestyle.” Getting sun is most important. Above all, the blessings of Bhagwan (God),” he said in a tweet.

At the India Today Conclave, the 35-year-old spoke about the condition, which he discovered while filming JugJugg Jeeyo. “I recently shut down.” I had vestibular hypofunction, which is a condition in which your balance is disrupted. But I pushed myself too far.”

“We are just running in this race, nobody is asking why,” the Bhediya actor added. I believe we are all here for a greater purpose (why). I’m looking for mine, and hopefully, others will find theirs.”

Vestibular hypofunction is defined as a disbalance in the vestibular system inside the inner ear, which helps in sensing the position of the head in space relative to the body and works in an integrated manner with the brain to maintain body position, according to Dr. Pawan Ojha, a senior neurologist at Hiranandani Hospital, Vashi-A Fortis Network Hospital.

While the cause is unknown, given that it can be caused by a viral infection, an autoimmune reaction, or a genetic component, the condition manifests with symptoms such as dizziness, postural instability, and excessive sweating.

Vestibular hypofunction is a condition in which a person’s ability to balance is impaired. This happens when your inner ear, which is also a part of your balancing system, fails. The person with this illness has an incorrect vestibular response, which causes the brain to receive an incorrect signal. As a result, the patient feels dizzy.

Typical symptoms include dizziness, vertigo, nausea, and impaired balance. Some people may find it difficult to walk in congested areas. Other symptoms are determined by the underlying cause of the disease.

Physiotherapy is required to manage the symptoms of this condition. Regular exercise will gradually restore the balance system. The patient’s balance can gradually return to normal with the use of a targeted physical treatment regimen tailored to the patient’s situation.

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