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Vertigo With Lying Down Or Rolling Over

Vertigo With Lying Down Or Rolling Over

Not feeling 100% when lying down or rolling over? Below are some things you can do if you get vertigo with lying down or rolling over in bed. What you can do Vertigo with lying down or rolling over in bed usually lasts for less than one minute. People who feel vertigo...
Vertigo Home Remedies That Help

Vertigo Home Remedies That Help

Many people often wonder if there are any vertigo home remedies. The most important step is for anyone who is suffering with vertigo to seek out appropriate care by a Vestibular Expert to determine the root cause(s) of the dizziness or vertigo symptoms. Unfortunately,...
Vertigo Memory Problems And How To Deal With Them

Vertigo Memory Problems And How To Deal With Them

The most common inner ear condition that causes vertigo, BPPV, can cause vertigo memory problems in patients of all ages. The good news is that if BPPV is the cause of the cognitive impairment, then the cognitive symptoms often clear up instantly as soon as the BPPV...
BPPV Overview (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo)

BPPV Overview (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo)

BPPV is the most common inner ear cause of vertigo, but remains a mystery to most people including healthcare providers. So I created this list to help you understand it better. BPPV is an acronym for the most common vestibular disorder: Benign Paroxysmal Positional...
What To Do When Vertigo Exercises Don’t Help

What To Do When Vertigo Exercises Don’t Help

In this blog, I discuss the topic of vertigo exercises that are given to a patient without a proper root cause assessment. Two months ago, I had the honor of presenting my third UCSD Stein Public Lecture, this one with the title, “Dizziness and Vertigo, Part II...

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