Everything You Need to Know About Vertigoby Francine Kanter Classical Homeopathy by Francine Kanter
For someone suffering from vertigo, the surroundings appear to be spinning or moving even when they are standing still. Vertigo is usually caused due to inner ear problems and may be associated with vision problems too.
Vertigo differs from dizziness, lightheadedness, and unsteadiness. Often people refer to dizziness or lightheadedness as vertigo as they are not familiar with medical terms. These conditions are entirely different and should not be clubbed together. Vertigo is a more severe condition than just dizziness and can be treated naturally by visiting a practitioner of homeopathy in Palm Coast.
Vertigo is usually experienced when you stand up suddenly and feel lightheaded. A patient surfing with vertigo finds it difficult to move about as they have a feeling that the room around them is spinning and that sensation affects their balance. The symptoms of vertigo are not the same for all and usually depend and vary on the severity. Some patients may have mild symptoms, while some may have severe symptoms, which may affect their daily activities as they have difficulty maintaining their balance. Apart from the loss of balance, other common symptoms of vertigo include blurred vision, difficulty in walking, head spinning, nausea, vomiting, and lightheadedness. In cases where vertigo is caused due to inner ear problems, the patients may also experience ear pain.
There are several causes of vertigo, which include balance-related inner ear problems, problems, which are related to the nerves connecting the brain and inner ear, and problems with the brain. Other conditions that can cause vertigo are vestibular neuritis, chronic otitis media, Meniere's disease, vestibular neuroma, head injuries, and migraines.
The treatment of vertigo depends upon the cause and is specifically directed to the underlying cause. Vertigo attacks can be prevented through natural remedies for vertigo or physical therapy, which can be used as a preventive approach by learning techniques that help improve balance. There are many exercises, which may also be useful in some instances.
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