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Tinnitus 101: Making Sense of the Ringing in Your Ears

Do you have a ringing or buzzing sound in your ears? Are you the only person who can hear this sound? You’re not making it up, the ringing in your ears is called tinnitus. There are several causes of tinnitus, including hearing loss, anxiety or even some medications. Tinnitus is also related to numerous other conditions, such as migraine headaches, tension headaches, dizziness, and vertigo.

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Anxiety Headache

Are you dealing with anxiety induced headaches? Welcome to the in-depth summary that will give you fresh perspective on what is really happening.

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Holistic chiropractor on dizziness, vertigo, and all things related

What you're going to get from this is a better understanding of what's happening with you and why - a perspective. Isn't that what all of us are hungry for? Isn't that what our doctor's appointments lack? This interview is full of actionable tips based on hands-on experience and wide range of knowledge of an honest and humble health professional with over 200,000 sessions with his clients.

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14 Essential Oils for Vertigo

This is a comprehensive guide that addresses how various essential oils can support your recovery from vertigo-related symptoms. We will talk about the connection between dizziness and stress, and how essential oils are capable of healing those symptoms.

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Vertigo Diet – Choose your food (and supplements) wisely

"Can certain foods help me with my Vertigo, Meniere's disease, or Vestibular Migraine?". We will discuss which foods to avoid if you're experiencing vertigo (plus any types of harmful activities or medications).

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Dramamine and Meclizine for Vertigo and Motion sickness

Dramamine and Meclizine are two names we hear the most when we talk about motion sickness, or vertigo, relief. You will learn how dramamine may help with vertigo and other vestibular disorders. We hope that you will find a way to deal with your dizziness problem without any of these two as medication can because more damage than it does good. It's important to be aware of your options when things get out of hand and you need an external support.

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Peripheral Vertigo - Imbalance in Inner Ear (Vestibular Disorder)

Vertigo is a type of dizziness that is most commonly felt as a spinning sensation but it can also be experienced as motion sickness, nausea, or a feeling of leaning to one side. In medical terms, vertigo is feeling sensation of movement even when you are sitting or standing completely still, and it is usually brought on by one of two main causes; the balance organs of the inner ear, or a malfunction in part of the brain or neural pathways.

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Epley Maneuver: Understand Why it Works and Follow Simple Instructions (Printable PDF Handout)

This post is the most comprehensive (yet easy to read) guide to Epley Maneuver you could find. We have done our research collecting the most important pieces of information about this effective and simple exercise that is capable of solving your vertigo problem once and for all. As a bonus, you will find a great infographic at the end of this post describing every little detail of the exercise.

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Vertigo Exercises - Treat Vertigo with These Specific Vestibular Rehabilitation Exercises

This post will introduce you to the most useful physical exercises developed to treat various forms of vertigo. Also, you will be guided to more specific resources once you learn about the bigger picture. You will understand which exercises have the highest success rate and when to use specific home-based rehabilitation therapy (and when to seek professional assistance).

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Natural Cure for Dizziness: 8 Easy Ways to Get Rid of Dizziness Fast & Naturally

In fact, there are plenty of great natural cures and treatments for dizziness. Obviously, if you experience intense and prolonged bouts of dizziness it’s certainly in your best interest to get those issues diagnosed by a doctor. If your bouts of dizziness are rather tame and sporadic then some of these home remedies may work wonders. Here are a few of the most common and effective methods of treating dizziness fast and naturally.

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Major Reasons for Sudden and Extreme Dizziness Attack

Dizziness is a fairly common ailment that most people experience at some point in their life. Though these instances are rarely a cause for a medical emergency there are, however, certain cases where dizziness can manifest itself rather suddenly and in extreme ways. This information is rather important to know because sudden dizziness attack while driving or operating heavy machinery can certainly lead to serious consequences.

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Vertigo Relief: Treat Vertigo in Seconds Using the Half Somersault Maneuver (Epley Maneuver alternative)

One of the best and most effective options in treating vertigo is Half Somersault maneuver that is an exercise designed to bring relief by restoring the otoconia (inner ear crystals) to their natural position. You will learn how to prepare for and perform the maneuver. Also, you'll find a helpful video which guides you step by step so you can be sure you're doing everything correctly.

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14 Ways to Minimize and Get Rid of Vertigo Effect - Brief Overview

In this blog post you will find out about ways to deal with your vertigo. Everything from alternative medicine and meditation to surgeries and antibiotics. But first of all, make sure you are aware of a cause of your vertigo. Many people think that vertigo is a medical condition in itself, when in actual fact it is just a symptom. Once you’ve had it checked over, you can then take steps to minimizing its effects.

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BPPV Clearly Explained - Understand Your Vertigo

You see, there is a small organ inside your ear called the vestibular labyrinth. Inside that, there are semicircular canals that contain fluid and fine, hair-like sensors that monitor the rotation of your head. Other structures monitor the head’s direction and are known as otolith organs- the utricle and saccule.

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Cervical Vertigo - Dizziness Caused by Neck Postures

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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Vestibular Migraine 101 (Migraine-Associated Vertigo)

This post is unique. Why? Because you'll not only learn everything there is to know about Occipital Neuralgia and understand why it is so perplexing for doctors to identify the true root of the problem; also, you get the ways for fastest pain relief and treatment at home. Plus, I have added my commentaries as a fellow headache'er. Maybe you'll like the style. Maybe not. But it won't leave you untouched and un-helped.

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Cervicogenic dizziness and headaches

Simply put, cervicogenic dizziness (sometimes referred to as headache or vertigo) arises from a problem in the neck and can cause a host of unpleasant sensations and symptoms which include headaches. Many people use the terms vertigo and dizziness interchangeably, and even in medical literature, the terms are often assigned the same meaning. However, each term refers to a distinctly different cluster of sensations.

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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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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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How long does vertigo last?

Your vertigo can last just a few seconds, few minutes, hours, or even days. However, in average an episode of vertigo lasts just seconds to minutes. In this post we discuss some of the common conditions causing it and how long vertigo can last for each, along with some other useful information.

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Vertigo 101 - Understand the Spinning

Below you'll find the complete overview that answers questions like, "what is vertigo", "what are two main causes of vertigo", "how to test for vertigo", "medical treatment", "preparing for doctor's appointment", and more.

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