Tag: Meniere’s Disease

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 […]

Dizziness and Other Factors that Lead to Falls at Home

  Dizziness and the many related symptoms can be hard to describe to a health practitioner. When a doctor doesn’t understand the issues being faced, fall prevention can become difficult. Why is it so tough to determine fall risk, what are the 4 types of falls, and is there a natural way to combat the […]

Dizziness and Balance Issues Are Prevalent Among Children

According to NIH research, fewer than 5% of children ages 3-8 deal with dizziness. However, that number quickly leaps to 6% for preteens and young teens and to 7.5% for those in the 15-17 age bracket. The study found additional information about the young ones dealing with dizziness: 1 in 4 reported that falling was […]

Cost-Effective Care for Positional Vertigo

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) makes up the majority of vertigo cases. Vertigo affects up to 40% of those middle-age or older. Well over 80% of patients either miss work days or suffer other interruptions of daily activities due to this condition. The financial burden on the US alone is somewhere in the range of […]

BPPV: Natural Help for the Most Common Cause of Vertigo

If you experience vertigo episodes, you're far from alone. A recent study shows that almost 70 million Americans have experienced some form of vestibular dysfunction. Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is the most common vestibular disorder. Also, it is responsible for about half of all dizziness and vertigo symptoms in people over the age of […]

Vertigo: A Main Symptom of Meniere’s Disease

  One of the most common symptoms of Meniere’s disease is vertigo (the sensation that a person or the objects around him are spinning). Meniere’s is also known for the following: A feeling of fullness in the ear Tinnitus – ringing in the ears Loss of hearing in the affected ear that may become permanent […]

Vertigo - Finding Natural Relief is Possible

Vertigo is the false sensation that everything is spinning. It is a common condition that affects people around the world. Up to 10% of people under 40 experience vertigo and 40% of people over 40 have to deal with this disorder. Over the past decade, 2.5% of ER visits were due to vertigo. The false […]

Vertigo: Why Does It Happen?

A person who is having the sensation of dizziness may not be sure if it is actually vertigo or simply disequilibrium. Vertigo is the feeling that the person himself is spinning or that the things around him are spinning when neither is actually moving. Disequilibrium is the feeling of being off balance. The person feels […]

A Cost-Effective Solution for Meniere’s Disease Sufferers

Medications for Meniere’s disease can cost a small fortune. Just ask a woman from Brisbane Australia who has reportedly spent $30,000 on prescriptions since she was diagnosed with the condition in 2007. The fact is that despite all the money spent on medications, the condition persists. She regularly deals with vertigo, nausea, and vomiting. If […]

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