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How Does This Happen?
Balance is a complex phenomenon involving multiple systems, particularly vision, sensory nerves, skin pressure, and the inner ear.
Many conditions can cause dizziness and vertigo; for example, Meniere's disease, medication, vestibular neuritis, injury to the head, migraines, circulatory problems, and other less common conditions.
What Can I do To Help Myself?
Avoid medications that have dizziness and vertigo as a side effect. Read the labels of all drugs carefully and ask your ordinary doctor to take you off of pills that cause dizziness. Avoid overmedicating. Especially avoid tobacco products, alcohol, and the use of illegal or "recreational" drugs.
It’s Still Bothering Me, Now What?
We’ve had great success over many years with dizziness and vertigo. Bones out of alignment at the base of the skull can interfere with the various systems that control balance and lead to sensations of dizziness and vertigo. Proper alignment of the spine is a prerequisite for good balance and general health.
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