Non-Vestibular Causes of Dizziness

Non-Vestibular Causes of Dizziness

Not all dizziness problems are caused by vestibular issues, in some cases, there are non-vestibular causes of dizziness. In this article, we will talk about some different causes of dizziness. Blood Sugar + Blood Pressure Levels If you are experiencing dizziness at...
Cardiovascular Disease and Vertigo: The Link

Cardiovascular Disease and Vertigo: The Link

Cardiovascular Disease and Vertigo: Is there a Link? People with underlying cardiovascular disease may experience symptoms of dizziness while sitting still and/or with activity. Often times we find that there is a link between cardiovascular disease and vertigo. This...
Medications and Dizziness

Medications and Dizziness

Dizziness is a side effect of many prescription drug medications. Blurry vision is another common side effect of certain drugs. Dizziness leads to falls, so it’s important to get to the root cause of why you are feeling dizzy. Side effects of medications and...
How Bladder Problems Cause Dizziness

How Bladder Problems Cause Dizziness

In my experience, there are five specific ways that bladder problems cause dizziness. Purposeful Dehydration When people have bladder control problems, they do not drink enough water. Purposeful dehydration can help them avoid embarrassing accidents. This makes sense!...
Statistics of Falling Down: Why You Should Tell Your Doctor if You Fall

Statistics of Falling Down: Why You Should Tell Your Doctor if You Fall

Statistics of Falling: How Many Older Adults Report a Fall Each Year? The statistics of falling down say that about one out of every 4 older adults are recording a fall once a year. They may or may not have to seek medical care. That statistic of falling came from a...

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