The most common symptom of dizziness is having balance disorders. This disorder may manifest in walking when a person finds it too difficult to make even the most cautious of steps. Moreover, the condition can be coupled with marked difficulty in perceiving one’s spatial environment. When balance disorders are encountered, there is an increased risk of falls and injuries resulting from such falls.
Other signs of dizziness include the following:
- Visual symptoms: poor depth perception especially at night or in low light conditions;
- Blurred or double vision;
- Glare and moving or flickering lights that passes by one’s field of vision, affecting clarity of vision;
- Dizziness can also manifest in audio symptoms such as experiencing distracting sounds, sound distortions, and a host of other sounds that bother one’s normal hearing; buzzing, clicking, popping, ringing, and a marked discomfort in loud environments that would have been tolerable to a normal individual;
- Persistent or intermittent nausea, confusion, clumsiness, muscle and joint pain;
- Sensitivity to changes in temperature, air pressure, and wind current;
- Whenever a person misses a meal, there is a dip in his blood sugar level that may cause mild dizziness;
- Dizziness symptoms also include loss of bodily coordination, confusion, lightheadedness, sweating, and dimmed vision.