Vertigo remedies are easy to try, and could heal vertigo.
Vertigo symptoms and treatment will vary due to different causes. These can be explored with medical advice.
Vertigo remedies vary, as the ability to balance is influenced by:
Giddiness may be caused by circulation problems -- a temporary lack of blood in the brain -- stomach upsets, nausea or a headache.
If you are having spinning sensations, tinnitus or ringing in the ears, these can be symptoms of Menieres disease. The unpleasant feelings include blurred vision, loss of balance and nausea.
Here are vertigo remedies to try. If you get relief you have likely found one or more of the possible causes.
Meniere's disease, tinnitus, and symptoms of dizziness and spinning are being treated by a number of researchers as an auto-immune disease.
This means that the immune system is “over the top” and is attacking the inner ear, causing an abnormality in the fluids of the inner ear.
Re-balancing the immune system has been found to be able to significantly reduce symptoms:
They demonstrated a significant decrease in disability by "modulating," or re-balancing the immune system by raising peoples' glutathione levels.
How best to do this?
Menieres disease, tinnitus and vertigo symptoms and treatment are listed as an auto-immune related disease by the American Autoimmune Related Disease Association.
An auto immune disease means that the immune is OVER-active. You will want a supplement that balances by:
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The most common cause is BPPV, or benign-paroxysmal-positional, which can fortunately be helped by these exercises!
What is PPPV? It is due to small crystals of calcium carbonate lodged in the ear canals. This can be due to injury or to aging.
The inner ear interprets the effect of these crystals as movement. This usually causes short but intense episodes. These are triggered by head movements.
Longer term rehabilitation involves doing different exercises and activities which help the brain to realize that there is an issue with balance.
This will eventually retrain the brain to compensate for the balance problem, so that attacks will become less frequent and intense.
At first the exercises will make you feel MORE dizziness, so it important to stick with them.
A physical therapist specializing in vestibular rehabilitation can show you how to do the Epley maneouvre correctly.
Vestibular neuritis, or inflammation in the inner ear is among the causes of balance problems.
Surgery, unless there is a known cause, will not relieve tinnitus, or the problems of the inner ear that cause balance problems, blurred vision or nausea.
The exact causes of Menieres disease are not known, but people can be pre-disposed to it through:
There are several areas that show promise for those who suffer from Tinnitus, or Menieres disease, dizziness and loss of balance.
When people with chronic tinnitus were given melatonin every night for a month, here's what they found:
People in the study took 3 mg of melatonin per night.
The good news is that this approach was reported to work for people with severe tinnitus in both ears, as well as for people with a history of exposure to noise.
Regular sleep may ease the phantom ringing that tinnitus sufferers hear, even though a solid 8 hours of snoozing can be elusive because of this ringing.
Washington University researchers gave 18 people with tinnitus melatonin every night for a month to help them sleep, and then tracked them for a second month when they did not receive the melatonin.
They slept best while taking melatonin, a hormone that kicks in at night which tells the body that it is time to sleep.
Shut-eye improvement continued even in their second month when they discontinued the melatonin.
If tinnitus is keeping you up, you can try a white-noise machine or take melatonin, either in drops or from a nutritional source such tart cherries.
Meniere's Disease is a disease of the inner ear. The symptoms are very disturbing, including hearing loss, pressure in the ear, tinnitus (ringing or roaring), and severe imbalance.
Menieres results from an abnormality in the fluids of the inner ear.
People who have Menieres disease might call it "the beast, mean ears or many ears."
Meniere's disease has various symptoms, thus diagnosis is often difficult. Your doctor has to rule things out by using a number of different tests.
Meniere's disease is not curable, but don’t give up, because treatments for some people have been successful.
You can help your doctor rule some things out by trying our recommended supplements and exercises.
Meniere's disease affects everyone differently. It is best to discuss ALL treatment possibilities with doctors specializing in Meniere's disease, and an audiologist.
Because Meniere’s is caused by fluids in the ear, you can try to drink plenty of water and abstain from alcohol. Cutting down in salt and caffeine can also help reduce fluids.
Here’s suggestions for herbs and diet:
Always inquire or consult with your doctor and/or pharmacist of side effects or risks.
The Epley manoeuvre works immediately if the cause is BPPV. In one study, 89% of people using this exercise found that their symptoms were better within a month.
We hope that this has been good news! Please let us know which exercises, or food vertigo remedies worked for you.
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