Vertigo can be a very uncomfortable symptom to experience, regardless of the underlying cause. Whether the room starts to spin or you experience a false sensation of movement, nausea and falls can accompany vertigo. We’re going to take a look at a few things you can do to help reduce vertigo occurrence without heading for a bottle of pills.
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Here are 5 things you can do to limit how often vertigo attacks occur:
The atlas is located at the top of the spine and the base of the skull. It balances the head, protects the brainstem, and facilitates blood flow to the head. In addition, it is in close proximity to the ears. However, a misaligned atlas can have a profound effect on the vestibular system and lead to spinning sensation and other symptoms.
Upper cervical chiropractic involves precise measurements of the location of the atlas accompanied by extremely gentle adjustments. As a result, a person may begin to experience fewer or less severe vertigo attacks. Some even achieve complete resolution.
In conclusion, if you have sustained a head or neck injury in the past, you may be suffering from an upper cervical subluxation. Contact an upper cervical practitioner near you to learn more.
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