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Flatulence, High cholesterol and triglycerides, Unsteadiness/imbalance in neck, fibrator once every day, Permanent solution?

i am 50 yr old female, weight 51kg consistent for last many years. Thin, moderate intake, does not include vegetables and fruits largely as no quest for eating due to feeling of loneliness as children are grown up, mnopaused 2 yrs back, house activity in morning and evening, seating job, bp controlled using atten 25, slight tendency of gases and flatulence , cholestril and triglycerides slightly high, wish and like to walk but can not continue for many days as feeling of unsteadyness/ imbalance in neck- do not fall but feel balance may go. doctor has advice fibator once every day for 2 months. pl advice some proper remedy for avoiding this tablet as permanent solution . have started eating vegetables and fruits recently, some workouts at home for half an hour . pl guide what are the effects of these changes and what wil be treatement. Thanks
Asked On : Sat, 28 Apr 2012
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Hello! After a carefully assessing your problem, I would like to suggest you some simple advice-
1) Being postmenopausal & living lonely & a predominantly sedentary lifestyle, particularly 'seating job' causes a neck muscle spasm.
2) It is this neck muscle spasm which is responsible for your symptoms of imbalance / unsteadiness.
3) The is a common clinical condition in your age group, popularity known as VBI- Vertebrobasilar insufficiency.
4) This is very much curable with simple management with cinnarizine, after consultation with your physician or an orthopedic surgeon & you are required to have regular neck exercises & physiotherapy.
Thanks & wishing you an early recovery!
Answered: Thu, 10 May 2012
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