Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

Idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH) is increased pressure around your brain. It occurs when cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), the liquid that cocoons your spinal cord and brain, builds up in your cranium. Pressure builds up in your brain and on your optical whim-whams, the whim-whams at the reverse of your eye that helps you see. A blood clot on the face of your brain, known as a habitual subdural hematoma. A brain excrescence. An infection in your brain, similar as meningitis or encephalitis. Hydrocephalus, where fluid builds up around and outside your brain. A number of investigators have shown that weight loss is a cure for cases with IIH due to rotundity. In general, it takes weight loss of between 10 to 20 of your body weight to cure IIH. You'll need to determine your weight loss thing with your treatment platoon.

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