Tag: Dizzy

Common Reasons for Vertigo

Vertigo is the feeling that the person or the things around him are spinning. It is more intense than dizziness. It can lead to problems with balance, nausea, and falls. What are some common health problems that bring about vertigo? Neurological issues: Things such as a stroke, multiple sclerosis, or a brain hemorrhage can all […]

The Most Likely Underlying Causes of Dizziness

Dizziness is a feeling of lightheadedness that generally serves as a symptom of an underlying condition rather than as an illness in itself. A person who is dizzy may also feel woozy or lose his balance easily. As a result, it is important to identify the underlying cause and find a way to stop the […]

Vertigo Occurrence Increases Dramatically After Age 40

Vertigo, a false sensation of movement often described as spinning, is a common condition that affects 1 in 3 people over the age of 40. It can sometimes be accompanied by nausea and vomiting when a case is severe. It can also be responsible for falls when a severe attack comes on suddenly while one […]

Debunking Myths Surrounding Vertigo

What is Vertigo ? Who gets it? What is the best way to care for it? Because this is such a common condition, everyone seems to have an opinion, and while the Internet is a great research tool, there is a lot of misinformation out there. Here are a few ideas about this condition that […]

How a Minor Head Injury Can Lead to Vertigo

When it comes to conditions like vertigo, most people would say that a head injury would have to be classified as a concussion before there is any reason to worry about future effects. However, researchers believe that even trivial head trauma can result in vertigo and other “post-concussion” symptoms. What are the underlying factors? Head […]

Why Vertigo Becomes More Common After Whiplash

Vertigo is a common condition by any standards with nearly 10% experiencing it. However, after age 40, the odds of having a vertigo attack increase exponentially. Why? The reason has to do with the overall function of the vestibular system which controls balance and spatial orientation for the body. Vestibular malfunctions can lead to conditions […]

What to Know About Vertigo

What exactly is vertigo? Some feel it is related to the fear of heights, while others believe it is simply feeling light-headed. Maybe it is the feeling you get when you stand up too fast? None of these ideas are entirely accurate. Vertigo is a particular form of dizziness that causes a person to feel […]

What Is Meniere’s Disease and How to Get Natural Relief

Meniere’s disease is a syndrome that has numerous symptoms and is idiopathic. In other words, there are no other conditions that can explain the cause of the syndrome’s symptoms. For this reason, some doctors feel that Meniere’s disease is overdiagnosed (although still uncommon) and that many Meniere’s syndrome cases have an underlying cause that has […]

What Can Help with Central Vertigo?

Central vertigo is differentiated from peripheral vertigo (the more common form of the condition) by having its genesis in the central nervous system rather than in the ear. While this means that some of these types of vertigo are the most dangerous underlying causes, there are also some that have a very specific underlying issue […]

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