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Dizziness 101 - Making Sense of Your Dizziness

"Why am I dizzy? What are the causes? How to get rid of it?" “Dizziness” is somewhat of an unprecise term, because the causes of dizziness are varied. Literally millions of people in the United States alone suffer from dizziness. Some only go through occasional dizzy spells, while others suffer from very severe forms of dizziness.

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Vertigo as a reflection of the rapidly changing world.

How the world we're living in today can promote physical sensation of vertigo? This post isn't your average list of cases and symptoms. It's a way for you to unravel individual precursors for vertiginous symptoms and continue your understanding via less conventional route - taking different perspectives and discerning your own truth by taking responsibility for your body and mind.

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Tension Headache and Overlapping Factors

You'll understand why it is so widespread and mixed up with other confusing sensations which does not always fit into the TTH (tension-type headache) box, like vertigo or anxiety. You'll also find the ways for pain relief and steps for the true healing at home as well as plenty of scientifically backed medical information (if that last statement made you feel a little uncomfortable).

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How your mind can cause a problem in your body (and vice versa)

All the symptoms you’re experiencing in your body, whether headaches, migraines, dizziness, or vertigo, are linked to psychological factors. Even though you can’t see or touch your mind, your thoughts and attitudes are perpetuating your physical experiences. This article will explore the mind-body connection, and help you understand the connection between psychological factors and physiological experiences.

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An overview of cervicogenic vertigo, or dizziness which is a type of vertigo caused by issues with your neck (hence, cervical) and some disturbances with vestibular system. We have researched everything from possible causes and related inner mechanisms to understanding how a diagnosis is to be properly done. We've spent some effort to convey our findings in a "digestible" way while paying attention to retain important details.

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