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The Mystery Link: BPPV and Women

Have you ever felt the room spinning around you after a sudden movement of your head? Maybe when you rolled over in bed, looked up to fetch something from a top shelf, or bent down to tie your shoes? Did you know these dizzy spells might be more than just temporary bouts of unsteadiness? These […]

How to Deal with BPPV and Sleepless Nights

Can't sleep because of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo? Do you wake up tired because you experience vertigo episodes when you turn from one side to another? Are you increasingly frustrated as the days go by, and you still can't get ample shut-eye? Many people can empathize with your pain because BPPV accounts for most cases […]

Unraveling the Connection: Meniere's Disease and BPPV

Have you ever experienced a sudden spinning sensation that makes it impossible to stand or walk? Have you perhaps felt nauseous, dizzy, and struggled with hearing loss? If these symptoms sound familiar, you may be experiencing a condition affecting your inner ear. Meniere’s disease (MD) and Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) are two common inner […]

Can Night Shifts Increase The Risks of Having BPPV?

So are you looking to get rid of your vertigo? We recommend that you try chiropractic care and experience lasting vertigo relief.

Can Chiropractors Help with BPPV or Positional Vertigo?

How do neck adjustments that chiropractors administer provide significant relief to patients diagnosed with BPPV (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo)? Let's help you understand why one of the best natural remedies for vertigo—Upper Cervical Chiropractic—is gaining more fans for its potential to restore the body's equilibrium.   Understanding BPPV and Disrupted Equilibrium BPPV is a vestibular […]

Can Vitamin D Deficiency Aggravate BPPV Symptoms?

Latest reports say that up to 35 percent of American adults are Vitamin D deficient. Notably, the country's vitamin deficiency problem stems from many factors, such as lack of sun exposure, poor diet choices, and malabsorption issues; and it has been causing various problems, including increased susceptibility to chronic conditions like Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. […]

What’s BPPV, The Condition Stephen Colbert Lives With?

Stephen Colbert, a comedian and The Late Show host, told a big revelation to his beloved audience on the holiday issue of Vanity Fair. The entertainer opened up about his Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo condition. According to Stephen, he has been experiencing the symptoms during the weekend before the 2020 United States Elections. He found the […]

What Causes BPPV and Other FAQs on Positional Vertigo

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo is among the top reasons why patients see an upper cervical chiropractic practitioner. It triggers a spinning sensation every time a patient tilts his or her head. Even the slightest movements such as rolling to the other side of the bed or nodding can trigger an attack.  So, how much do […]

Clamor for New BPPV Treatments Amidst Rising Cases

The number of people complaining of peripheral vertigo, mainly due to benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), seems to be increasing. The American Academy of Otolaryngology shared that this inner ear-induced condition is more prevalent in older people. With the nation’s aging population, this is probably why more people are dealing with this.   Simplifying the Inner Ears' […]

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