Thursday, July 12, 2018 by Michelle Simmons
Vertigo is a condition that causes dizziness which can last for a few minutes, several hours, or even days. Vertigo is more of a symptom rather than a standalone disease. It can occur when there is a problem with the inner ear, brain, or sensory nerve pathway. In addition, vertigo may occur due to other health problems such as anxiety disorders, low blood pressure, infections, some heart problems like cardiac arrhythmias, and hypoglycemia or low blood sugar.
The most common conditions that cause vertigo are benign positional vertigo, labyrinthitis, and Meniere’s disease. In rare cases, vertigo is caused by perilymphatic fistula or abnormal communication between the middle ear and the inner ear; cholesteatoma erosion or erosion caused by a cyst in the inner ear; and otosclerosis or abnormal bone growth in the middle ear. Vertigo can occur at any age, although it is common in people who are 65 years old and above.
An individual with vertigo will experience that their head, or their surrounding environment is moving or spinning. Although it can be a symptom of other conditions, it can also have its own set of related symptoms, such as problems in balance and lightheadedness; a sense of motion sickness; nausea and vomiting; tinnitus or ringing in the ears; a feeling of fullness in the ear; and headache.
Vertigo harms the whole body in general.
Foods that can fight vertigo or dizziness include fruits, such as bananas, peaches, apples, and grapes; nuts, such as almonds, cashews, and walnuts; vegetables, such as cucumbers and carrots; granola bars; and honey.
Natural treatment options for vertigo include the following:
Vertigo is a condition that causes dizziness, which can last for a few minutes, hours, or days.
Vertigo causes a spinning sensation; problems in balance and lightheadedness; a sense of motion sickness; nausea and vomiting; tinnitus or ringing in the ears; a feeling of fullness in the ear; and headache.
Vertigo can be prevented with fruits, such as bananas, peaches, apples, and grapes; nuts, such as almonds, cashews, and walnuts; vegetables, such as cucumbers and carrots; granola bars; and honey.
Treatment options for vertigo include having enough sleep; consuming coriander seeds or a combination of almonds and watermelon seeds; drinking lemon juice; drinking enough amounts of water and juices; drinking ginger tea or eating a piece of raw ginger; adding strawberry to yogurt; chewing on basil leaves or adding them in tea; drinking almond milk; and doing yoga and meditation.
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