- Commonly, head rushes are associated with balance disorders, in which the inner ear is not functioning like it should be, so the body feels out of balance.
- Drops in blood pressure can also cause a head rush.
- Some illnesses are also associated with head rushes, ranging from neurological problems to conditions associated with drug abuse.
As Dr Salim said the doctor can diagnose the root cause of the head rushes, prescribing treatment which will address the problem and hopefully eliminate the head rushes in the process.
Treatment for conditions which cause head rushes is quite diverse, and can include the use of medication, physical therapy, dietary recommendations, increased exercise, and so forth. Sometimes, head rushes have a genetic component, which may make them difficult to eliminate entirely, although the severity of the dizzy spells can be reduced.