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What is ‘vestibular Hypofunction’ That Varun Dhawan is Diagnosed With?

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Varun Dhawan has opened about his suffering from vestibular hypofunction disorder. Varun, who was last seen in Jug Jugg Jeeyo said that during its filming, he put too much pressure on himself by pushed himself too hard that ended up make him suffer from this problem. Dhawan made a come-back to the big screens with the comedy movie (Jug Jugg Jeeyo)along-side Anil Kapoor, Kiara Advani, and Neetu Kapoor and how it felt like he was running for elections. 

On the front, Varun Dhawan is all set for the upcoming release of his creature-comedy Bhediya co-starring KritiSanon. The trailer of Bhediya has created immense curiosity among the fans. The movie revolves around a man (Varun Dhawan), who turns into a werewolf after being bitten by a wolf. The film is directed by Amar Kaushik. The film will release on the big screens on 25 November, 2022. 

What is Vestibular Hypofunction? 

It is a disorder that affects the body balance of a person. People that suffer from vestibular hypofunction may struggle to walk when in dark rooms and in busy places or even have a feeling of motion when things move quickly. The vestibular system sits in the inner ear and works with the eyes and muscles to keep one balanced. When it goes off, a person may have balance issues and feel dizzy. 

Daily exercise, physiotherapy and medication can help in getting rid of vestibular hypofunction.

Causes and symptoms of vestibular hypofunction (as per nhs.uk) 

Causes: 

  • Labyrinthitis (an ear condition)
  • Previous inner ear conditions
  • Concussion or head injury, tumours, or blood clots
  • Changes in the balance systems associated with aging

Symptom:

  • Dizziness or vertigo
  • Nausea
  • Poor body balance

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