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Severe inner ear infection, pressure in head, decrease in concentration levels, increased forgetfulness. Treatment options?

I ve recently been diagnosed with severe inner ear infection , and I have noticed my level of concentration has drastically deteriorated and I m now very forgetful and I feel pressure in my head so to speak. How can this be treated? What brain exercise can I do, except for reading because I do a lot of that even though I can hardly remember a thing. Secondly can this lead to madness? I m really worried, please advice
Asked On : Sun, 18 Mar 2012
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Relax! Do not be very anxious. Most of the inner ear conditions can be effectively treated. You need to consult a good ENT specialist for a complete ear and paranasal sinuses examination. Sometimes, the accumulation of nasal secretions in the sinuses can give rise to pressure in the head. None of the inner ear conditions can lead to madness.

Wish you good health

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