Causes of Vertigo
Tips To Cure Vertigo
- If caused by drugs, stop using them is usually enough to relieve vertigo.
- If caused by benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)., the most effective treatment is through canalith repositioning procedure, also known as Epley maneuver. This procedure involves a series of maneuvers (moving) head to remove calcium deposits from the posterior semicircular canal to the other parts in the ear canal.
- Vertigo can also be treated with vestibular rehabilitation therapy which involves a series of specific exercises guided by a physical therapist that is designed to minimize dizziness. The effectiveness of treatment depends on many factors, including age and health condition of the patient, the severity of the condition, and the patient's cognitive function.
- If vertigo is caused by a bacterial infection, antibiotic ear drops may be prescribed.
- If caused by Meniere's disease, taking diuretics and reducing salt intake can help reduce complaints.
- Additionally vertigo disorders can be reduced by taking enzyme Bromelain, Magnesium, Vitamin B12 which serves to regulate the balance of the nervous system. Ginger and Ginko is also very useful to improve circulation to and within the brain.
- For the case of vertigo that still light, aromatherapy is helpful to stabilize the nervous system, both inhaled (breathed in) or massage.
- Have a healthy diet that is low in sodium and sugar. Make sure you get your essential vitamins and minerals. If you are doing salads, add lemon peel to boost that vertigo-fighting meal.
- Lastly, talk to your doctor about the best treatment. Each individual may have a different case and require different types of treatment
Tips to overcome the vertigo attacks quickly
1. Sleep with your head a little high
2. Get up slowly and sit down before you got up from the bed
3. Avoid bending position when lifting objects
4. Avoid tilting the head position, for example to take an object from a height
5. Move your head carefully if your head in a flat position (horizontal) or when the neck in up position