Dizziness and the Inner Ear: The Relationship

Dizziness and the Inner Ear: The Relationship

More Common Later in Life Across the age spectrum, the peak incidence of problems due to dizziness and the inner ear is in the 50s and 60s and it stays high throughout the lifespan. This is simply because of the normal aging of the inner ear. People can have problems...
Dizziness Vs. Vertigo: An Analysis (Webinar Transcription)

Dizziness Vs. Vertigo: An Analysis (Webinar Transcription)

Link to video on YouTube This blog is a transcription of the video linked above. My mission as a healthcare provider is to rescue mismanaged and misunderstood people with dizziness, vertigo, imbalance and chronic falls. In this blog we will go over the following...
What Causes Dizziness?

What Causes Dizziness?

People tend to look for what causes dizziness, where in most cases, it may not be just one factor that is causing this problem. The Cause of Dizziness is Usually Multifactorial Some of the body areas that may be causing dizziness are the ears, eyes, neck, heart,...
Dizziness When Standing: What To Do About It

Dizziness When Standing: What To Do About It

Many people wonder, “What should I do if I feel dizziness when standing?” Dizziness when standing is often caused by a drop in blood pressure due to the force of gravity with standing and a lack of sufficient cardiovascular response, causing...

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