Editorial, Jor Vol: 10 Issue: 3
A disruption that causes a person to feel unsteady, such as while standing or walking, is known as a balance disorder. Feelings of giddiness or wooziness can accompany it, as well as a sensation of movement, spinning, or floating. One of the most common reasons that older adults seek medical attention is for balance issues. Internal ear disturbances are often the cause. Vertigo is a common symptom that causes you or the objects around you to feel as if they are spinning. When you have good balance, you can manage and retain your body's location whether you're running or standing still. Balance allows you to walk without stumbling, get out of a chair without falling, climb stairs without tripping, and lean over without tripping. Balance is important for moving around, being independent, and carrying out everyday activities. When people get older, they are more likely to have balance issues.