Varun Dhawan, who recently opened up about his vestibular hypofunction diagnosis, a condition in which the body’s “balance is off,” shared that he is doing much better now. “To everyone who is concerned, I want to share that I am doing much better with the help of yoga, swimming, physiotherapy, and there is a change. lifestyle, Getting the sun is most important. Above all, God’s blessings,” he said in a tweet.
To everyone who is concerned, I want to share that I am doing much better with the help of yoga, swimming, physio and lifestyle changes. Getting the sun is most important. Above all blessings of God. I
— Varun Dhawan (@Varun_dvn) 7 November 2022
The 35-year-old had shared about the situation which he came to know about during the shoot Live the world In India Today Conclave. “Recently, I just stopped. I had this thing called vestibular hypofunction,[where]you basically get off balance. But I pushed myself so hard.”
wolf The actor continued, “We are just running in this race, no one is asking why. I think there is a bigger purpose (why) we are all here. I am trying to find my own, and hopefully that people will be able to adopt.”
As a condition that involves the inner ear’s control of body balance, vestibular hypofunction refers to an imbalance in the vestibular system inside the inner ear that helps to sense the position of the head in space relative to the body and is an integrated way works. Dr Pawan Ojha, a senior neurologist at Hiranandani Hospital, Vashi-e Fortis Network Hospital, said, along with the brain to maintain the position of the body.
Although the reason for this is not clear, given that it may be due to a viral infection, a autoimmune reactionOr a genetic component, the condition manifests with symptoms such as dizziness, postural instability and repeated episodes of excessive sweating.
Dr. Anurag Tandon, Associate Director, ENT, Max Healthcare, Vaishali/Noida/Patparganj indianexpress.com He post rehabilitation care healthy food includes, exerciseHelpful anti-viral, and working on one’s immunity.
How do yoga, swimming and vitamin D help?
The musculoskeletal system works hand in hand with the nervous system to maintain the balance of the body, and this is called neuro-muscular coordination, explained Dr. Udit Kapoor, Senior Consultant, Asian Hospital, Faridabad.
“Yoga techniques play an important role here as they focus on this harmony to create a sense of balance. Regular practice of yoga improves the body’s immunity, which in turn reduces the effects of viral and viral infections. does bacterial infections Which can cause imbalance in the ear. Our ears have been exposed to a lot of damage over the years with loud music, water retention, etc. Yoga slows down the aging process and protects the inner ear. At times, the pressure of the blood vessels around the ear canals increases but this pressure can be reduced by regular practice of yoga. indianexpress.com,
Dr. Ravinder Gera, Director & Head, Department of ENT, Max Super Specialty Hospital, Gurugram indianexpress.com that a person’s body balance can be improved by changing certain aspects of their lifestyle, such as getting regular exercise (choose from a variety of exercises – swimming being one of them); the practice of yoga, which stimulates movement and walking; Eating a healthy, balanced diet; And quitting alcohol and smoking can reduce the severity of symptoms.
,vitamin D It has many health benefits and is important for treating vestibular issues because it reduces the likelihood of dizziness, which is one of the primary symptoms,” explained Dr. can give rest. reduces stress Which can help reduce symptoms like dizziness and lightheadedness.
However, Dr Kapoor mentioned that it is necessary to consult a physician before starting the practice of yoga. “Also, always practice under the guidance of a trained teacher. Practice slowly and slowly without rushing from one pose to another, and take adequate rest between the two postures. Always practice yoga asanas near a wall. so that you will be safe in case you lose balanceDr Kapoor mentioned.
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