What are the symptoms of the compression of the brain by cervical spondylosis?

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The main symptoms: neck pain, upper limb weakness, limb weakness, tingling fingers, difficulty walking, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, or blurred vision, tachycardia and dysphagia. The clinical symptoms of cervical spondylosis are related to the lesion location, the degree of tissue involvement and the individual difference.
Symptom two: the symptoms of sympathetic nerve compression are mainly sympathetic arousal, mainly in the face, blurred vision, increased eye splitting, loose pupil, dry eye, fundus distending pain, pharyngeal foreign body sensation, dry mouth, vocal cord fatigue, and taste changes.
Symptom three: the symptom of nerve root type cervical vertebra is mainly manifested by root pain. After such a situation, there will be numbness in the fingers, and there will also be symptoms of allergy and skin loss at fingertips.
Matters needing attention
After making clear the symptoms of cervical spondylosis, the patients with cervical spondylosis should pay attention to improve the bad sleep habits.
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